Long one of the most desired addresses in San Francisco, 2006 Washington Street (designed by renowned architect, C.A. Meussdorffer in 1924) is a cooperative apartment building which some of the most important names in business, finance and philanthropy have called home while in the City.
Sometimes called the “crown jewel” of Pacific Heights, it is set among a beautifully landscaped tranquil garden, in a location that provides some of the most stunning views of San Francisco and the Bay.
Apartment No. 4 was the recent setting for a glamorous party hosted by Alexis Traina, Alison Pincus, Susan Feldman and Scot Meacham Wood which was attended by author Sloan Barnett, venture capitalist Juliet Flint De Baubigny, architect Andrew Skurman, curator Serena Buell, art advisor Holly Baxter, publishers Gina Pell and Zem Joaquin, and designers Jeffry Weisman, Claudia Juestel, Ken Fulk and Kendall Wilkinson, among others. Among such a refined group of people, this apartment drew universal appreciation.
Currently for sale by Malin Giddings of TRI Coldwell Banker for $8,500,000, the full-floor apartment enjoys views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island and the bay along with the greenery of Lafayette Park.
“The spacious floor plan is ideal for elegant entertaining and comfortable City living,” according to Malin, pointing out that “the well-proportioned public rooms feature high ceilings, deep crown molding and lovely parquet floors.”
The paneled library with custom bookshelves and cabinets enjoys views of the neighboring Spreckels mansion (owned by Danielle Steel), and Golden Gate Bridge to the west.
Photos (people): Drew Altizer [drewaltizer.com] Photos (building and interior): San Francisco Association of Realtors MLS