Mansion Malaya Nikitskaya Street, 25
The mansion is surrounded by historic estates and theaters, a 10-minute walk from the Patriarch's Ponds, Novy Arbat Street and the Moscow Zoo. Nearby is the theater at the Nikitsky Gates, the Mayakovsky Moscow Academic Theatre, the State Museum of the East and the Chekhov House Museum. Picturesque routes through the historical center of Moscow stretch from the mansion. The nearest metro station is Barrikadnaya, which is an 8-minute walk away.
Malaya Nikitskaya Street was formed in the 17th century. At different times on this street were located: the estate of Prince Dolgoruky, the estate of Gagarina, the wooden clergy house of the Church of St. George the Victorious, the mansion of Ryabushinsky and others. Tchaikovsky, Markovnikov, Vernadsky, Tolstoy, Beria temporarily lived in tenement houses. The mansion, richly decorated with an aesthetic color palette, stands out against the backdrop of a holistic historical building of the street and serves as a vivid example of neoclassicism of the 18th century.