Golfer Michelle Wie and husband Jonnie West, an executive with the Golden State Warriors, have purchased a totally redone home in San Francisco for $3 million.
“My person for life!!!!!!!!!” she posted with heart emojis, along with the adorable hashtag #WieGoesWest.
After their engagement, the duo took a swing at the always perilous San Francisco real estate market. They wound up paying slightly over the property’s $2.98 million asking price. The deal closed in late June.
Nestled into Kite Hill in the Eureka Valley neighborhood, the home is close to the lively Castro neighborhood, family-friendly Noe Valley, and Market Street’s shopping and dining. And it’s about a 20-minute drive to the Chase Center, where the Warriors will play starting this season.
Dating from 1906, the “completely rebuilt” five-bedroom residence now comes with an open floor plan. The layout includes a grand formal entry, high ceilings throughout, and huge picture windows to take in the natural light. The living and dining space adjoins an open kitchen, which comes with high-end fixtures and appliances.
On the ground floor, there’s a master suite with a family room, and a separate entrance. A second master suite is located on the top floor, which features a view deck.
Wie, 29, gained attention when she became the youngest golfer to qualify for the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links at age 10. The Honolulu native turned pro just before the age of 16 and has won five LPGA tour events in her career. West is the son of NBA legend Jerry West.
Tony Gabb represented the listing.