on Staropimenovsky Pereulok 11b2, Square 688 m

Mansion on Staropimenovsky Pereulok 11b2

Lot 2322 | 0
Assignment: hotel / hostel, rental business
688 m2
1st floor, lower ground floor and mezzanine
Expert review
Mansion status:
Cultural heritage
3 956 600 $

5 755 $ m2
  • Exterior
  • Interior
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A three-story mansion with a lower ground floor and a mezzanine in Staropimenovsky Pereulok in the Tverskoy district. The facades of the building, constructed in 1800, are made in warm tones. Modern plastic windows with decorative moldings are installed in the window openings. The mansion is equipped with modern engineering communications, local air conditioning systems, and an alarm system. Inside, there is a hall-type layout and designer finishing suitable for a hotel. The 1st floor and mezzanine house a hotel, the lower ground floor accommodates an architectural bureau and a public amenities center. There are 12 fully furnished rooms with private bathrooms in the building. A cozy terrace can be arranged on the property, and there is a ground parking for 10 cars in the courtyard. The mansion is suitable for a hotel, guesthouse, or rental business.

The building is located on a quiet street near the Moscow State Theater 'Lenkom Mark Zakharov', the Moscow Academic Theater of Satire, the Museum-Theater 'Bulgakov House', the Patriarch's Ponds, the Hermitage Garden, and the Mosgorduma Park. The mansion offers convenient access to the Garden Ring Road, which is a 3-minute drive away. The nearest metro station Mayakovskaya is a 6-minute walk away, Pushkinskaya and Tverskaya Stations are 8 minutes away, and Chekhov Station is 9 minutes away.

In the 19th century, the building had a full upper floor, but after the destruction during the War of 1812, a mezzanine had to be arranged during its restoration. The urban estate, associated with the family of the Khovansky princes, played an important role in Moscow's history. In the early 1830s, the Narishkin family, members of the Northern Decembrists Society, lived in the mansion. In the 1840s, the Khovansky building became famous as a cultural center when writer Nikolai Vasilyevich Sushkov resided in one of the chambers. His house became a meeting place for writers and artists such as Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol, Pyotr Andreyevich Vyazemsky, and Lev Nikolaevich Tolstoy. Currently, the building is a cultural heritage site.

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