A four-story mansion situated on Ostozhenka street in the historical and cultural center of Moscow in the Khamovniki. The mansion is surrounded by the Pushkin Museum and Tolstoy Museum, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and the Moskva River embankment. The nearest metro stations are Kropotkinskaya and Park Kultury, which are a 5-minute walk away.
The mansion is known as the Gryaznov's revenue house and was built in 1901 by the architect Lev Kekushev in the Art Nouveau and Neoclassicism styles. The ground floor of Gryaznov’s revenue house featured the tea shop, other floors were rented out for housing. The facade of the building with semicircular windows is decorated with masks of knights and a balcony with openwork railings. The mansion was restored twice in 2005 and 2019. Nowadays, Gryaznov's house corresponds to the A-class office center. The building features a promiscuous planning with high-quality finishing made of natural materials inside. High ceiling rooms with fresh redecoration are filled with light. The maison provides access control, 24-hour security and video entrance system. The adjacent area has a ground level parking.
The mansion is suitable for a headquarter or a representative office of a company.
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