With its grand-scale rooms, six terraces and sizable ballroom with soaring ceilings, the 7,808sf Apartment #2 at 2006 Washington is one of San Francisco's rarest homes. The living room & conservatory showcase views spanning the Bay. A stately library opens to a substantial terrace connecting with landscaped gardens. A formal dining room links to the spacious kitchen. The southern wing is dedicated to a superb primary suite - with green park outlooks, dual dressing wings & stone-clad baths - and a guest suite. A winding staircase announces the transition to the rare amenities of the lower level: a palatial ballroom/family room with 12-foot ceilings, Palladian windows & private entrance from Washington Street. This level includes en-suite bedrooms, fitness room, and service wing. Rich in architectural history & legendary design, this exceptional Beaux Arts grand duplex is a golden opportunity to live in one of the city's rarest apartments at its most revered address.