on Yeiskaya Street 4, Square 226 m

Mansion on Yeiskaya Street 4

Lot 2015 | 0
Assignment: headquarters, office / business center
226 m2
1 floor and mezzanine
Expert review
Mansion status:
Cultural heritage
395 660 $

1 752 $ m2
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  • Interior
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A one-story mansion with an attic on Yeiskaya Street in the south-east of Moscow. The 18th century mansion was restored in 2006 and has modern engineering utility systems. The front and rear facade of the house is decorated with four columns, the attic is complemented by a large semicircular window. Inside there is an office planning and contemporary finishing. The adjacent territory includes ground parking for 10 cars. The mansion is suitable for a representative office or a headquarter.

The mansion is located in the picturesque Lublino Park with landscaping, ponds, recreation areas and cozy cafes. There is a well-developed infrastructure within walking distance near the park. It benefits from convenient access to the Third Ring Road, which is a 13-minute drive away. The Garden Ring Road can be reached in 18 minutes. Volzhskaya Metro Station is an 11-minute walk away.

The house belongs to the historical ensemble of the suburban Lyublino estate by architects Yegotov and Kazakov. The estate was being built from the late 18th till the early 19th century on a plot owned by Godunov. After 1800, Durasov became the owner of the house. He built a theater, a greenhouse and a horse yard there. The mansion served as a residential northwest wing at the manor's stable yard.

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