Mansion on Gospitalnaya Street 10
209 $ m2 per year
2 721 $ m2
The mansion is located on the first line of a historic street. Nearby is the Yauza River Embankment. The courtyard of the mansion is adjacent to the picturesque Lefortovo Park. Within walking distance is developed infrastructure for comfortable work. There is convenient access to the Third Ring Road and Enthusiasts Highway. Baumanskaya Metro Station is a 15-minute walk away.
The residential building formely belonged to the architectural monument ensemble of the Brotherly Society in Lefortovo. The Brotherly Society itself was founded by Princess Trubetskaya in 1861 to supply the indigent dwellers. During the Russian-Japanese War, Gospitalnaya Street was given over to the construction of houses for orphans' widows. The pseudo-Russian style mansion was designed by the architect Ivan Mashkov in 1902. The funds for the construction were allocated by the noblewoman Eugenia McGill in memory of her deceased husband Roman McGill, who was a native of Scotland and a major entrepreneur. After the revolution, the Brotherly Society was liquidated, the buildings turned into ordinary residences and then into administrative buildings.