A Beaux-Arts-style duplex in Pacific Heights is asking for an equally large $30 million

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The ultra-exclusive Beaux-Arts-style building designed by Conrad Alfred Meussdorffer at 2006 Washington Street is widely considered one of San Francisco’s most luxurious residences, with intricate architectural details, expansive terraces, and elegant gardens.

Characteristic of the architect’s grandiose flair, the building opens to a dramatic porte-cochere and spacious lobby marked by Versailles-patterned hardwood floors.

Several of the 10 full-floor apartments of the 1924 building have been published, from here at 7×7 to the pages of Architectural Summary. Now a stunning four bedroom split level duplex has hit the market giving us all the lush Mediterranean vibe.


Apartment #2 spans almost 8,000 square feet with bedrooms as gracious and pretty as expected for $30 million. The living room features ornate details including a carved fireplace, intricate millwork and Grecian-style columns. It is lit by several large windows overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and Russian Hill. An adjacent library and lounge have access to a large terrace which opens onto the cooperative’s private gardens.

Meals in the formal dining room will rival the view of the bay from a north-facing terrace; there is a separate pantry to store silverware. The chef’s kitchen is surprisingly inviting for such a lavish mansion, with a charming blue and white tiled backsplash, marble countertops and breakfast area. Cooks will appreciate the double ovens, oversized cooktop and tons of counter space. The kitchen is semi-open to an office, a family room, a laundry room and one of the four half bathrooms.

At the south end of this floor is an en-suite bedroom with views of Alcatraz and Lafayette Park. There is also a veranda which opens onto a terrace and another shower room.

The upper level is dominated by the master suite with two en-suite bathrooms as well as two private dressing wings with marble bathrooms and spacious closets.

A spiral wrought iron staircase transitions to the lower level with a grand ballroom or family room with high ceilings and oversized Palladian windows opening onto a circular terrace. With its own gated entrance from Washington Street, this level is ideal for guests with two en-suite bedrooms, a fitness room, utility area, laundry room, storage room and another half bathroom.

With an opulent but not over-the-top design and myriad spaces to enjoy indoor and outdoor living, it’s no wonder this building is one of the city’s most sought-after residences for home buyers. money to spare.

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 6

Area: 7,808 square feet

Asking price: $30,000,000

// 2006 Washington St #2 (Pacific Heights); for more information visit pacifheightscoop2.com.

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