One of only two pre-war duplex penthouses in Pacific Heights, #7 at 2000 Washington boasts a striking panorama of the San Francisco Bay, from Golden Gate to Alcatraz to Russian Hill. Designed by architect Andrew Skurman, whose design for the Penthouse received the Julia Morgan Award from the Institute of Classical Architecture & Arts, the residence is distinguished by a sweeping suite of grand yet elegant entertaining rooms from entrance gallery to living room, family room, expansive kitchen & formal dining room. An opulent primary suite complements three guest bedrooms, each with luxurious marble baths. A curvilinear staircase ascends to the upper-level at-home office or media room with soaring ceilings, a wet bar, powder bath, fitness room and large, landscaped North Bay view terrace. Advanced smart-home infrastructure includes Savant technology as well as air-conditioning. Residents enjoy two-car parking, an attended lobby, and professional residential management.
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