on Romanov Pereulok 3, Square 157 m'

Mansion on Romanov Pereulok 3

Lot 2189 | 0
Arbat
Biblioteka im.Lenina
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157 m2
2 floors, basement and attic
warm-shell
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2 017 600 $
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12 851 $ m2
A three-storey mansion with a basement on Romanov Lane in the Arbat district. The historic mansion was built in 1899, a complete reconstruction of the building was carried out in 2015, including the replacement of the interstory floors with reinforced concrete. The facade finished with beige plaster features rusty decoration, purple hue cornices and window brackets. The mansion is divided into 2 townhouses with finishes and furniture, each with its own entrance. The 76 sqm townhouse has a wine cellar, a living room with a bathroom, a kitchen-dining room and an en-suite bedroom on the top floor. The 81 sqm townhouse comes with a laundry room with a wardrobe, a kitchen-dining room, an en-suite bedroom and an office. There is an elevator. There are 2 parking spaces planned at the entrance, entry is carried out through a barrier. The mansion is suitable for living or can be used as a residence.

Despite its location in the city center, the mansion is situated in a quiet courtyard, between the residential building 'Romanov, 3' and the estate of Sheremetyev. Access to the building is from Romanov Lane. There is a developed infrastructure, nearby are a polyclinic, grocery stores, a large selection of cafes and restaurants, as well as a variety of museums. The Lenin State Library, the Alexander Garden and the Kremlin are within walking distance. The nearest public transport stop and Arbatskaya Metro Station are a 5-minute walk away. You can reach the Third Ring Road within 8 minutes across Novy Arbat Street.

The mansion is hidden behind the house 'Romanov, 3', which is considered a cultural heritage site . The house was built for Count Sheremetyev in 1899 by the architect Alexander Meisner. The five-storey house is designed in the Neo-Renaissance style with elements of French Baroque. Previously it was known as the Sheremetyevo apartment complex, and since the 1920s — as the 5th House of Soviets. Families of prominent state and military figures of the Soviet Union, including Mikhail Frunze and Nikita Khrushchev, lived here.

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