, Square 1350 m'

Mansion on Bolshaya Ordynka Street 38

Lot 395 | 180808
Yakimanka
Tretiakovskaya
Assignment: office / business center, rental business, bank, medical center / clinic
1350 m2
1 floor, attic, lower ground floor and basement
warm-shell
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Cultural heritage
9 182 500 $
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6 802 $ m2
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A one-storey mansion with a mezzanine, an attic, lower ground floor and basement on Bolshaya Ordynka Street in the Yakimanka district. The mansion was carefully restored in 2014 — the foundation and ceilings were strengthened, the brickwork of the basement walls was injected, historical wooden windows and doors were restored, and subtle decorative elements on the facade were recreated. There are two separate entrances to the building. All floors feature a mixed-use layout. On the ground floor, there are bright rooms with windows of different shapes. There is access to the terrace with elegant carved railings. The courtyard includes ground parking for 5 bays. The mansion is suitable for a bank, office, clinic or rental business.

The mansion is safely hidden from the bustle of the city center on a quiet street at the intersection of two prestigious districts of Moscow — Yakimanka and Zamoskvorechye. It is surrounded by high-end residential buildings, embassies, historical estates and prestigious educational institutions. The Tretyakov Gallery, a branch of the Maly Theater, the Museon and Zaryadye parks are within walking distance. There is convenient access to the Garden Ring Road, which is a 3-minute drive away, while the embankment of the Moskva River is in 5 minutes away. The nearest metro stations are Polyanka and Tretyakovskaya, which are a 6-minute walk away.

The mansion is a striking example of a wooden residential building in the style of Russian architecture. In 1851, the merchant of the 3rd guild Philip Kunitsyn ordered to construct on his estate territory an apartment house with a stone basement and a wooden ground floor with a seven-window façade. The courtyard included newly-built cellar, stable and barn. In 1845, the estate passed to the merchant Vasily Bogatyrev, who reconstructed it with a facade remodeling in 1865. The building has been preserved to this day in this very guise. After 1917, the mansion was occupied by a housing association with communal apartments. And after 1926, there was the management of the bus fleet. In the 21st century, the project on the restoration and converting of the mansion into a modern one was recognized as a best example for the architectural monuments preservation in Moscow.

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