Mansion Malaya Nikitskaya Street 27
A four-storey mansion with an attic on Malaya Nikitskaya Street in Presnensky District. A building has a mixed planning and is finished for a hotel. The premises require redecoration. The building has a spacious hall with high ceilings, columns and a fireplace, a reception area and a hall for meeting visitors, there are premises for a restaurant. The windows of the upper floors offer beautiful views over the old Moscow streets and the Russian Foreign Ministry. The mansion in a fenced area has a spacious courtyard and ability to design a summer veranda. The mansion is suitable for a hotel.
The mansion is surrounded by historic estates and theaters, it is a 10-minute walk from the Patriarch's Ponds, New Arbat Street and the Moscow Zoo. Nearby is the theater at the Nikitsky Gate, the Mayakovsky Moscow Academic Theater, the State Museum of the East and the Chekhov House Museum. Picturesque routes along the historical Moscow center stretch from the mansion. It is 8 minutes walk from the nearest metro stations Barrikadnaya and Krasnopresnenskaya.
The mansion was an outbuilding of the Princess Maria Petrovna Gagarina city estate. The estate had many buildings and occupied a vast territory between Bolshaya and Malaya Nikitsky streets. In 1861 the mansion ceased to be a part of the city estate, underwent several reconstructions and was expanded from the courtyard side. The building acquired its present appearance in 1993 after an extensive reconstruction. Currently, it is not an architectural sample.