Mansion Dashkov pereulok 5
375 $ m2 per year
7 015 $ m2
A two-story mansion with a basement and an attic situated in Dashkov Lane in the Khamovniki district. The building is located next to the square of the Maiden Field and the garden of P. I. Travnikov, surrounded by estates, museums and embassies. The nearest metro station is Park Kultury, which is an 8-minute walk away.
The mansion with columns in the classical style was built in 1827. The house is a monument of architecture of the 19th century. In the 1840s, V. A. Dashkov, the director of the Rumyantsev Museum, lived in the mansion. Since 1850, the building was transferred to N. A. Shutskaya. In the 1860s, the house was rented by the writer and translator E. F. Korsh. A complete reconstruction of the building was carried out in 2000. The mansion with a promiscuous layout, 4-meter-high ceilings and designer finishes became a theater venue for the immersive show 'The Returned'. The building has a fenced territory with a courtyard and ground parking for 12 cars.
The mansion is suitable for a bank, a medical center, a clinic, an office, a business center, a hotel, the art space or a gallery.