A two-storey mansion on Staraya Basmannaya Street in the western part of Moscow. The mansion is located next to the Museum of Russian Art and the Bauman Garden, surrounded by urban estates in the historical and cultural center of the Basmanny district. The nearest metro station is Baumanskaya, which is a 12-minute walk away.
The mansion in the classical style was built in the early 19th century and is known as the 'Rokotov House'. In the 18th century, this place was the city estate of the famous Russian painter Fyodor Stepanovich Rokotov. The mansion is a creative workshop where the artist actively worked on his works. The building belongs to one of the main objects of cultural heritage of Basmannaya Sloboda. In 2015, the mansion was completely restored, preserving the historical appearance and elegance of the facade. Modern engineering systems were installed inside and the floors were replaced. The building with an open-plan layout features high ceilings of more than 3 meters. The unfinished premises allow you to implement any design ideas. The mansion is located on a private territory with ground parking.
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