Mansion Maly Golovin pereulok 3
403 $ m2 per year
5 541 $ m2
The building is located in Chistye Prudy district, surrounded by theatres, shops, restaurants and cozy cafes. The Mayakovsky Theatre and the Drama Theatre are nearby. It has a convenient access to Prospekt Mira street, it is in a 2-minute drive from the Bulvarnoe and Garden Ring Road. It is in a 7-minute walk from Sretensky Bulvar and Turgenevskaya metro stations.
The 19th-century mansion was a two-storeyed house of merchant Eletsky. Between 1896 and 1905, the house was considerably enlarged along the perimeter and built up by several floors by architect Stezhenov, and the facade acquired a marked features of Art Nouveau. The Chekhov family lived in this mansion and occupied 4 rooms in the basement, from 1881 to 1885. When Anton Pavlovich graduated the medical faculty of Moscow University, the family moved to the apartment on the second floor, on the door there was a sign 'Doctor A.P. Chekhov'. Chekhov wrote Surgery, Chameleon, Swedish match, Fat and Thin.