Mansion Malaya Kaluzhskaya Street 15
A two-storey mansion with a basement and an attic on Malaya Kaluzhskaya Street in the south of Moscow. The mansion completely reconstructed in 2021 has reinforced concrete floors, modern engineering end utility systems. The interior planning is mixed, with a quality finishing in office style. In the basement there are premises for a depository, bank vault and archive, along with back rooms for servers and utility systems. On the ground floor there are placed 6 offices and 3 spacious operating rooms, a meeting room and a kitchen for employees. The second floor and the attic are provided with offices for employees. A convenient ground parking for 8-12 cars is on the adjacent fenced area. The mansion is suitable for a bank, a company representative or head office.
The mansion is located next to the Neskuchny Garden, the Gorky Central Park of Culture and Leisure, the Shabolovka Art Gallery and the Fersman Mineralogical Museum. Convenient access to Leninsky Avenue allows you to drive to the Garden Ring Road in 10 minutes, and to the Third Ring Road — in 8 minutes. It is 8 minutes walk from the nearest metro station Shabolovskaya.
Architect Nikolai Dmitrievich Butusov built this neo-Russian style mansion in 1880 for another architect, Vladimir Vladimirovich Sherwood. The building belongs to the urban estate complex of the former English subject Vasily Yakovlevich Sherwood, who founded a dynasty of famous sculptors and architects. The Sherwood family owned the estate until the 1917 revolution, later the mansion was nationalized, a factory unit was placed there, and it was renamed Red Proletarian. The mansion is currently recognized as an object of cultural heritage.