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Warriors star Stephen Curry takes a loss on his Walnut Creek home

Stephen Curry sells his Walnut Creek home for $2.94 million

The Warriors star sold the Mediterranean home for a loss after buying it two years ago for $3.2 million. Photos by Nate Denny for Open Homes Photography. Reporting by Neal J. Leitereg for the Los Angeles Times.
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The Warriors star sold the Mediterranean home for a loss after buying it two years ago for $3.2 million. Photos by Nate Denny for Open Homes Photography. Reporting by Neal J. Leitereg for the Los Angeles Times.

Basketball star Stephen Curry has shot and missed in the East Bay housing market.

The Golden State Warriors guard just sold his home in Walnut Creek, Calif., for $2.94 million. He had listed the 7,520-square-foot house last year for as much as $3.7 million and purchased it two years ago for $3.2 million, records show.

Built in 2006, the Mediterranean-style house was recently renovated and has a great room library and marble-lined chef’s kitchen. High ceilings, wood and stone floors and picture windows are among details of the 19-room floor plan.

A lower entertainment wing features family and game rooms and a wet bar. There’s also a 2,000-bottle wine cellar.

Wide terraces extend from the back of the home for additional living space. The roughly one-acre lot also includes a separate guesthouse and a four-car garage.

Curry, 29, notched his second NBA title this year while averaging 25.3 points and 6.6 assists. Earlier this summer the two-time league MVP signed a new contract with the Warriors that will pay him $201 million over the next five seasons.

Andy Read and Ana O’Byrne of Caldecott Properties were the listing agents.

neal.leitereg@latimes.com

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