$30 Million Pacific Heights Penthouse Sets New Record!
When the top floor Pacific Heights Penthouse at 2006 Washington Street closes for $30 million it will set a new record for condo sales in San Francisco! It was purchased in 2000 for $14 million in an off market sale. It is currently in contract off market for $30 million! The building is regarded as one of the most exclusive co-ops in San Francisco. It was designed in 1924 by Conrad Alfred Meussdorffer who was a well known architect in Pacific Heights during the early 20th century. The tenth floor penthouse is a full floor flat with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two car parking and stunning views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay. According to the MLS the square footage is 5,400 making the price per square foot a whopping $5,555!!! The monthly HOA dues for the unit are over $4,000/month. That includes a door man 24/7, landscaping of the grounds including the shared garden, building maintenance, insurance, water and garbage. To finalize the sale the potential new owners need to be approved by the board members of the co-op.
The co-op at 2006 Washington is directly across from Lafayette Park and sits perched on a hill giving each level spectacular views. Here are a couple photos of the breathtaking views and prestigious grounds from previous sales in the building.
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