Camino Sobrante, The Spanish Hacienda of the Warrior Steph Curry
Is there such a thing as home crush Tuesday? Well now there is, because we think this address deserves a day of recognition. And in this case our crushing extends beyond the home and onto its prior owner, Golden State Warrior Stephen Curry! 140 Camino Sobrante is a fresh and airy abode, expanding along a .68 acre lot in Orinda. Originally built in 1963 and rebuilt by local architect Mark Bohon in 2008, the home is in the style of a Spanish hacienda and a perfect fit for a Warrior.
Our East Bay team thoughtfully developed a furniture plan that spoke to the home’s beautiful bones and dramatic elegance. This house boasts high vaulted ceilings and french doors throughout, the studio D team linked the rooms together with the use of subtle color and soft accents. There was no question that Sobrante’s charm was simply irresistible. So irresistible that this home flew off the market! We feel you #Curryfans, it’s not everyday you can go house hunting and step into an All-Star’s abode!
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