Mansion Chernyshevskogo Pereulok, 8
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3 310 $ m2
The mansion is surrounded by shops, restaurants, cafes, banks and government offices. Nearby are the Moscow Theater of Poets, Yesenin's cultural center, Ekaterininsky and Delegatsky parks. Convenient access to TTR and Garden Ring road. The nearest metro station is Dostoevskaya, which is a 5-minute walk away.
The city estate ensemble was built in 1896 by the architect Geppener and is now recognized as a cultural heritage site. Maxim Geppener built a small wooden house and a stone outbuilding for himself and his family. In the 1920s, the mansion and outbuilding were rented out as offices and retail space, and later were converted into communal apartments. Despite the fact that the alley was reconstructed in the 1970s, the Geppener House retained its three-dimensional composition, the original design of the facades, as well as many finishing elements of the late 19th century. The stone wing is also well preserved.