Sale Residential, Total area 240 m2, 5 Floor, Romanov per 5

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House No. 5 in Romanov lane is a reconstructed old Moscow mansion with a beautiful, well-preserved facade, which favorably distinguishes the building from the development of the district. The architectural style in which the 6-storey mansion is designed can be described as Russian classicism, but some experts consider the style closer to the late modern. This is one of the apartment houses that belonged to Sheremetev before the revolution. The building was built in 1915 by architect Chernetsov. Then the house won the competition "for the beauty of the facade of the city", which was held by the city Council.

Attention is drawn to the design of the facade of the house-it is decorated with stone plaster, a material that was widely used in the Russian capital of the beginning of the last century. An interesting element of the building's architecture is a spectacular arch located in the center of the facade.

Today the house in Romanov lane has the status of an elite residential complex. It offers large apartments with different layouts, installed modern engineering systems.
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Sale six-room apartment with an area of 240 sq m on 5 floor 6-storey building, after fresh renovation. Very functional layout is suitable for a large family and for receiving guests. Bright living room of over 40 sqm with a huge window, a dining room (21 sqm) with a fireplace and built-in library of mahogany. Master bedroom (35 sqm) with its large bathroom (with bath and shower), two additional bedrooms for the kids (26 and 22 sq. m.), each with its own bathroom (with shower), and a study with balcony (18 sqm). A balcony with floor-to-ceiling Windows opens onto a quiet courtyard. Kitchen 20 sq. m - modern with integrated appliances. 2 refrigerators. Huge dressing room with built-in wardrobes, separate Laundry room and 3 storage rooms. High ceilings 3.3 m. Supply and exhaust ventilation and air conditioning. The entrance with a gorgeous Grand staircase has been completely renovated, a new Elevator. Organized round the clock security in the yard and Parking.

The former apartment house of count Sheremetev in the style of "late modern". The house is completely restored, while its appearance has not lost the charm and individuality set by the architect. A quiet green courtyard with a fountain, old street lights recreate the aristocratic atmosphere of old Moscow.
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