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Pacific Heights full-floor flat nabs $22 million

Pacific Heights full-floor flat nabs $22 million

1924 co-op finds a lucky buyer

Designed by architect Conrad Meussdorffer, 2006 Washington, known as the “pink building,” stands as one of the city’s toniest and most sought-after towers. So much so that, after less than a month on the market, a full-floor flat inside the circa-1924 building just sold for a cool $22 million.

Once occupied by Dean Witter, the eighth floor pad features six beds, five and one half baths, and 5,700 square feet of living space. Architectural details include ironwork in the living room, balconies, crown moldings, and more.

It also sits in a prominent position across the street from Lafayette Park, overlooking the bay on one side, and Danielle Steel’s Spreckels Mansion on the other.

Not too shabby.

2006 Washington, #8 [Ted Bartlett and Tina Bartlett Hinckley, Pacific Union]

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