Mansion on Podkopayevskiy Pereulok 5
60 075 ₽ m2 per year
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The building is surrounded by ancient temples and city estates, close to Zaryadye Park, Ustinsky Square and the Evangelical Lutheran Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul. Kitay-Gorod Metro Station is a 7-minute walk away. There is convenient access to Pokrovka and Ilyinka Streets. The Boulevard Ring Road is a 2-minute drive away, while the Garden Ring road can be reached within a 5-minute drive.
The mansion stands on the territory of the White City in the remarkable place of Khitrovka, which is an archaeological monument. The area has historical value — manors and ancestral nests of statesmen, diplomats and advisers were located here until the early 18th century. The building, aka Shuisky Chambers, is a monument of ancient Russian architecture and an example of a stone residential building of the capital city in the 17th century. At the end of the 16th century, the property belonged to the Shuisky's. The most famous of them was Vasily Shuisky from the Rurik dynasty, who went down in history as the Russian tsar Vasily IV. The interiors have preserved doors, stoves, fireplaces and parquet flooring. There are also ancient gates and a fragment of the original fence in the courtyard.