Pacific Heights Penthouse
Designed by renowned architect, C.A. Meussdorffer in 1924, 2006 Washington Street has long been one of the most desired addresses in San Francisco. The prestigious full-floor penthouse enjoys 360-degree views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, and bay, along with greenery of Lafayette Park across the street.
This spectacular penthouse was redesigned as a sumptuous Pied-de-Terre for a young Silicon Valley entrepreneur for weekends with family and friends, while doubling as an impressive and well-appointed space for hosting cultural and philanthropic events. The attention to detail and painstaking craftsmanship throughout translates into a sophisticated and refined environment, including 18th Century French palace interiors; hand carved wood paneling, hand carved plaster ceilings, and custom hardware by David Kensington in collaboration with P.E. Guerin, New York throughout.