1840 Washington

The Washingtonian is notable for being a boutique-size building offering newer construction in Pacific Heights. Homes at The Washingtonian are mostly two bedroom homes, with 18 of the 26 homes having two bedrooms and two bathrooms. There are 6 one bedroom homes (one per floor, floors two - seven) and two homes that have three bedrooms and three bathrooms (the two penthouse homes). Some north-facing homes on higher floors have great views.

Quick Facts about The Washington

  • 2012
  • 26
  • Garage, not all homes have parking
  • One, Two and Three bedroom homes
  • Allowed, with restrictions based on number, size, and type
  • Roof terrace with BBQ


MLS listed Homes for Sale at 1840 Washington

Address: 1840 Washington @ Franklin & Van Ness Ave. 

SFAR MLS Subdistrict – Pacific Heights / 7c

Homes currently listed in the MLS as being for sale at The Washingtonian are listed below. Please use the learn more form if you’d like to be notified of homes that become available either on the MLS or through off-MLS opportunities:

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More About The Washingtonian

A newer luxury buildng that joined the neighborhood in 2012, homes at The Washingtonian are coveted for their phenomenal Pacific Heights location. Original finishes ferom the developer included Studio Becker cabinets, Ceaserstone countertops, stainless steel appliances, gas cooktops and ovens, and hardwood floors.

This is not a high-amenity building, the location is the amenity. Them building does have a rooftop deck with nice views.

1840 Washington is located pretty much directly across from one of the campuses of the Academy of Art School of Industrial Design.

For home buyers that do not wish to own a home with a forced-air heating system, 1840 Washington is notable for its hydronic heating system, a style of heating that isn’t often used in new and modern construction but is much more common in older San Francisco buildings.