Mansion on Kaloshin Pereulok 2
22 002 ₽ m2 per year
The mansion is located on the first street line at the intersection of Sivtsev Vrazhek and Kaloshin Lanes, next to the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Arbat Street. Nearby are the Konstantin and Viktor Melnikov, Tolstoy and Pushkin State Museums, the Zurab Tsereteli Art Gallery and the Vakhtangov Theater. It has convenient access to Novy Arbat and Prechistinka Streets, the Garden and Boulevard Ring Roads. Smolenskaya Metro Station is an 8-minute walk away.
The mansion was built in 1875 according to the architect Chichagov's project and was used as the main house of the 19th century estate. The architectural monument with a rich history belonged in different times to the Turgenevs, Dolgorukovs and Vadkovskys. In 1822-1830, the Russian military leader Alekseev, a participant in the capture of Izmail, a hero of the Russian-Finnish War of 1808 and the Patriotic War of 1812, lived in this house. After the death of Alekseev, in 1831-1832, Sergey Turgenev rented the house. Fourteen-year-old Ivan Turgenev lived there with his parents, preparing to enter the university. The Decembrist Vadkovsky also lived there until the 1840s.