Let’s face it, we all love to see how our neighbors live. I believe it is a part of our human curiosity. It is especially interesting when those neighbors are our wealthy counterparts with magnificent dwellings in some of the most posh areas of town. Luckily, there has been a listing posted in none of other than the ultra-luxe 2006 Washington building in San Francisco. We figured we’d share the features for curiosity’s sake.
Walking in to this swanky co-op you get a sense of its grandeur and charm. Built in the 1920s by architectural savant C.A. Meussdorffer, this historical gem has breathtaking views of the city and the bay. The details evident in the outer arches and modeling reflect the spirit of an era forever romanticized by writers like Fitzgerald. It is quite possibly regarded as the finest cooperative apartment building in Pacific Heights. Put on the market by Malin Giddings of TRI Coldwell Banker, the building includes a beautiful garden and doorman to boot.
Inside the unit, the views allow residents to enjoy the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, and the glistening bay; a bonus is a peek at the lush gardens in Lafayette Park. French doors open up to ample terraces allowing for an afternoon tea or evening nightcap while enjoying the views of the city. Inside a list of amenities creates an ambiance of luxury with a private elevator, paneled library with custom made bookshelves, and a corner master suite that allows for exceptional views of the Golden Gate Bridge. A total of five bedrooms and 5.5 baths make this an exceptional retreat for any resident needing nothing more than the good life.
Now that is what we call living the in the lap of luxury.
Source SF Luxe