Arguably one of the best buildings in San Francisco, 2006 Washington, designed in 1924 by architect Conrad Meussdorffer, made headlines in 2015 after its penthouse unit pulled in a cool $30 million.
Today a condo on the eighth floor lands on the market. And it’s a sight to behold. Originally occupied by Dean Witter, unit #8 features six beds, five and one half baths, and a roomy 5700 square feet of living space. The interior ironwork in the living room is a treat, as are the balconies, views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Spreckles mansion, and well-worn yet classic interior decor.
It also comes with doorperson, garden, solarium, and two-car garage.
This full-floor Pacific Heights condo is nothing short of remarkable, harkening back to an era when San Francisco society was a thing. Back to a time where denizens born/married into money ruled supreme, just before self-made tech billionaires relegated them to the D-list lunch tables with the rest of us schlubs.
HOAs come to $6,674/month (gasp). Asking is $24,500,000.
- 2006 Washington, #8 [Ted Bartlett & Tina Bartlett Hinckley, Pacific Union]
- Pacific Heights [Curbed SF]
- Pacific Heights: Whose Swags Shall Reign Supreme? [Curbed SF]
- $30M Pacific Heights Penthouse to Set New San Francisco Condo Sale Record [Curbed SF]