Mansion on Solyanka Street 3
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450 104 ₽ m2
The building is located in the heart of Moscow opposite the picturesque Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Kulishki. It is surrounded by prestigious residential buildings, government offices, embassies and representative offices of large companies. Within walking distance there is Red Square, the Kremlin, Gostiny Dvor and Zaryadye Park. Kitay-Gorod Metro Station is a 4-minute walk away.
The mansion is the eastern wing of the city estate of Buturlin-Golokhvastova. In the middle of the 18th century, representatives of the highest nobility such aqs the Volkonskys, Naryshkins, Buturlins and many others began to buy land on Solyanka. Buturlin's estate was formed from three mansions and became famous for the fact that there were several rooms of the English Gambling Society for a quarter of a century. Later it became the property of the Khitrovos, and then the Golokhvastovs. In the late 19th century, the houses were bought by the Russian insurance Company 'Life', which arranged a profitable ownership in one of the buildings. In 1893, the estate was completely rebuilt by architect Kondratenko. Currently, the mansions form an architectural ensemble of the late 19th century and are listed as an object of cultural heritage.