Mansion on Staraya Basmannaya 23
242 $ m2 per year
3 286 $ m2
The mansion is located in the Basmanny district surrounded by urban estates of the 19th century. It is within walking distance of the developed urban infrastructure, the Central House of Railway Workers, the museum 'Living History' and the House-Museum of Vasily Pushkin. There is convenient access to the Garden Ring Road and the Third Ring Road. Baumanskaya Metro Station is a 15-minute walk away.
The mansion in the style of classicism is an outbuilding of the Muravyov-Apostolov city estate. The estate was formed in 1803 by order of retired captain Pavel Yakovlev. From 1815 to 1826, Senator Ivan Muravyov-Apostol, whose sons participated in the Decembrist uprising of 1825, lived with his family in the estate. The wing was built in the late 18th century by architect Matvey Kazakov, who rebuilt the center of Moscow in the style of early classicism and Palladianism during the reign of Catherine II.