Stephen and Ayesha Curry purchased a $31 million home in Atherton, according to a Variety media report.
The Golden State Warriors point guard and his wife, celebrity chef and cookbook author Ayesha, bought the three-story home with a guesthouse and detached garage, according to the report.
In August, The Almanac received a tip on the same property, a 1.2-acre lot in West Atherton that was sold at the end of June, and found the deed and transaction details. The home was sold to a mystery entity tied to a wealth manager for celebrities and athletes, but The Almanac couldn't find a definite tie to the Currys. In the Variety article, it's unclear which records point to the Currys' ownership of the property.
Natalie and Joe Comartin previously owned the property, according to San Mateo County records. They purchased the home for $6.5 million in 2007, records show.
The owners applied to demolish the house for new construction in 2015, according to town of Atherton records.
The purchase of the property this year follows comments Stephen Curry made in April that he was considering a move because of a potentially difficult commute from his home in the East Bay to the Chase Center, the Warriors' new stadium in San Francisco.
The Currys sold their five-bedroom, 8.5-bath home in Alamo for $6.3 million earlier this year, according to Architectural Digest.