Mansion on Gorokhovskiy Pereulok 19b4
30 992 ₽ m2 per year
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The building is located next to the Bauman Garden and the Museum of Russian Art. The infrastructure boasts a music school, sports complexes, cafes and restaurants. It benefits from convenient access to Tokmakov Lane, while the Garden Ring Road and the Third Ring Road are a 15-minute drive away. Kurskaya Metro Station is an 11-minute walk away.
In 1885, the mansion for Jacob Lerch, a Swiss citizen, was erected on Gorokhovskiy Lane 19, according to the project of architect Gamburtsev. This wing was built simultaneously with the main manor building. At the end of the 1890s, the territory was owned by the banker Wilhelm Lehman, whose name the mansion and its wing are now named after. In 1898, by order of Lehman, the main building of the estate was rebuilt in the Neo-Greek style by the famous architect Adolf Ernestovich Erichson. The wing built by Gamburtsev was extended to the lane. Nowadays, the wing building is an object of cultural heritage and belongs to the main house of the city estate of the early 19th century.