While people probably think of San Fran as crazy expensive, what's a few million dollars to an NBA all-star? Stephen Curry scored a new luxury home and it's a total dream. Just wait until you see inside the private penthouse residence. 

After signing a $201 million dollar contract with the Golden State Warriors in 2017, it's safe to say that the Currys have some serious cash in the bank. Boss babe Ayesha is also a top celebrity restauranteur, so she's got her own booming business.

The San Francisco Chronicle reported that the two lovebirds used their new earnings to drop $8 million for a swanky pad overlooking all of the bay. Not too shabby, huh? *Drools*

It just so happens to be near Ayesha and Michael Mina's restaurant, International Smoke.

This will be their home away from home, as they also own a whopping $31 million dollar home in nearby Atherton. 

The 2,800-square-foot pad isn't huge by regular standards, but for the Bay Area, it's worth its weight in gold.

With panoramic views of the entire city, floor-to-ceiling glass windows from the 30th floor, and marble countertops, we'd say it's worth every penny.

Want to take a look inside? While the Currys haven't posted pics of their new pad just yet, we've scoped out what the model of their home looks like at the dreamy Four Seasons Private Residences at 706. Welcome to their crib.

The first thing we noticed is the spectacular sights of the surrounding city. From the 30th floor, they'll wake up to a bird's eye view of the beautiful city every morning.

It's the perfect place to crash after home games or an evening downtown. Who needs a hotel when you can live in the Four Seasons whenever you'd like?

High ceilings, a sweeping floor plan, and tons of natural light make it such a desirable living space.

Besides the view, we can't help but notice how spacious the living room and kitchen are. You can whip up a full meal while watching the sky change in front of you like a real-life interactive piece of art. 

The hand-crafted kitchen features Italian marble and German-designed cabinets with enough space to hold 146 bottles of wine. Pick a flavor, any flavor.

At the end of a long day, the fam can wind down in the master bedroom, which features dramatic ten-foot-tall ceilings and a spectacularly large dressing room.

As you may have guessed, it also has huge windows to watch outside. Whether they choose to cozy up with a good book or watch a movie, it's the ultimate restorative retreat.

Last but not least, their new home comes with a private club. Wine tastings, a game room, a personal library, and a world-class fitness and wellness center are all part of the experience. 

We're happy to see the Currys doing so well and we have to admit, their new home away from home is total goals.

* Editor's Note: These photos are from the Tower Residences at The Four Seasons 706 San Francisco. 

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