on Trubnaya Street 33, Square 722 m

Mansion on Trubnaya Street 33

Lot 2209 | 0
Assignment: residential mansion, headquarters
722 m2
3 floors and an attic
Expert review
Mansion status:
8 695 400 $

11 882 $ m2
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • 0
A three-storey mansion with an attic on Trubnaya Street in the Meshchansky district. The building is a reconstruction of a residential building built in 1888, the architecture has preserved cornices-sandricks, pilasters and triglyphs. From the courtyard side, modern accents were added in the form of panoramic windows with French balconies facing low-rise apartment buildings of the late 19th century and a thicket of green trees. There are only 4 apartments in the mansion — 2 single-level units on the second floor and 2 duplex options with terraces on the third floor and attic. The bare-shell finishing and the possibility of combining apartments allow you to equip the house at will. The ground floor equipped with a HAS elevator offers a luxurious bright lobby with a reception desk and a concierge, as well as a relaxation room with upholstered chairs and a fireplace. The lobby leads to the parking for 4 cars, entry is carried out from the courtyard. The mansion is suitable for a representative office, headquarters and residence.

The site is located on a quiet street in a developed area of the Meshchansky district. There is a large selection of educational establishments, restaurants, cafes, shops within walking distance, as well as numerous museums and exhibition centers nearby. Go to the department store 'Tsvetnoy' for shopping, near which there is the Nikulin Circus. You can relax in nature in the botanical garden 'Aptekarsky Ogorod', in the Hermitage Garden or in the Catherine Park. In just half an hour you can walk to Red Square. The Garden and Boulevard Ring Roads can be reached within 2 minutes, while the Third Ring Road is 6 minutes away. It takes 7-8 minutes to get to Belorussky Railway Station and Komsomolskaya Square.

The mansion was built in 1888 by architect Vasily Nikolaevich Kornev. Korneev is the author of many church and civil buildings in Moscow, is one of the founders of the Moscow Architectural Society. At that time, the building was considered a profitable house of Makar Grigoryevich Sheludyakov, who owned it from 1888 to 1917.

To consult, fix the price or reservation of the lot you like, call +7 (495) 320-95-45 +7 (495) 320-95-45

Download presentation of the mansion