on 1st Khvostov Pereulok 13, Square 261 m

Mansion on 1st Khvostov Pereulok 13

Lot 164 | 190307
Yakimanka
Oktyabrskaya
Assignment: headquarters, hotel / hostel, office / business center, medical center / clinic
261 m2
1 floor, mezzanine and lower ground floor
warm-shell
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Cultural heritage
12 600 $ per month
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579 $ m2 per year
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A one-story mansion with a mezzanine and a lower ground floor on 1st Khvostov Pereulok in the Yakimanka district. The historic building is designed in warm yellow and white colors. Inside, there is high-quality designer finishing. The bathrooms are equipped with Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware. The walls of the lower ground floor are adorned with decorative masonry dating back to the reign of Ivan the Terrible. Supply and exhaust ventilation, as well as utility systems, have been installed, along with a split air conditioning system. Security is ensured by video surveillance systems, access control, fire alarm, and firefighting equipment. For convenience, there is a Kleemann elevator. The fenced area includes ground parking for 2 cars. The mansion is suitable for living, hosting representative offices, banks, hotels, or medical centers.

The building is located on the street line in the historical and cultural center of Moscow, near the Tropinin Museum, Luna Theater, a branch of the Maly Theatre, and the Moscow Museum of Education. It is surrounded by developed infrastructure, offices of major companies, banks, and prestigious residential buildings. The mansion offers convenient access to The Garden Ring Road and Bolshaya Yakimanka Street. It takes 12 minutes by car to reach The Third Ring Road and 16 minutes to reach The Boulevard Ring Road. The nearest Polyanka Metro Station is a 5-minute walk away.

The mansion is part of a historical educational institution known as the 'Complex of Men's Gymnasium'. There are a total of 11 such institutions registered in Moscow. Gymnasium №10, under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education, began its activities in 1902 and was based on Bolshaya Yakimanka Street in house №33. In 1913, another building was added on 1st Khvostov Pereulok. Over time, the building was transformed and adapted to modern needs. Currently, the mansion is a cultural heritage site of federal significance.

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