0 ₽ m2 per year
37 634 $ m2
A four-storey mansion with a terrace in Barykovsky Pereulok in the Khamovniki district. The mansion surrounded by galleries, museums, estates and embassies is located next to the Tsereteli Museum and Exhibition Complex. The terrace offers views of the historic streets of Moscow. The nearest metro station is Kropotkinskaya, which is an 8-minute walk away.
The luxury mansion is situated in the Golden Mile area. The building was designed in 1903 by the architect Mikhail Petrov for the railway engineer Nikolai Tchaikovsky, the brother of the composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky. During the First World War, the facade of the building lost its former gloss. At the beginning of the 21st century, the mansion was restored by the projects of Anatoly Gunst. The mansion in the Art Nouveau style with an elegant bas-relief on the facade, played out in fresh colours. On the ground floor there is a lobby, a sofa room, a mezzanine with two bedrooms. On the second floor there is a kitchen, a living room and an entrance hallway. On the third floor there is a bedroom and a spacious hallway. The top floor is mostly reserved for a terrace. Under the building there is an underground parking for 3 cars.
The mansion is suitable for a residence or a representative office.