Mansion on Bolshoy Karetniy Pereulok 22
The building is located in a quiet courtyard surrounded by theaters, museums, cozy restaurants, and cafes. Nearby is the Moscow Nikulin Circus, the Obraztsov Puppet Theater, the Moscow Kolobov Novaya Opera Theater, the Hermitage Garden, and the Moscow City Duma Park. There is convenient access to the Garden Ring Road in a 1-minute, while the Boulevard Ring Road is a 2-minute drive away. Tsvetnoy Bulvar Metro Station is a 4-minute walk away.
The mansion was built for living in the 18th century by the merchant Lopatin, whose stone chambers of 1806 went deep into the courtyard. This house is also notable for the fact that in the period from 1877 to 1881 the writer Melnikov-Pechersky lived there working on the novels 'In the Forests' and 'On the Mountains' before moving to Nizhny Novgorod.