The Gulrich House is a beautiful and exquisite facility located in the very heart of Moscow's historic quarters.
The Gulrich House is a beautiful and exquisite facility located in Prechistensky Lane, at the intersection of the Ostozhenka district and Arbat Street, i.e. in the very heart of Moscow's historic quarters. The mansion was built in 1912 in the "Russian modern" style with neo-classical motifs. The project author is Gustav Gulrich, a graduate of the Hannover Polytechnic Institute. The project includes comprehensive renovation of the mansion with due regard to time and history. The novel interior sparingly treats the author's original design. Luxurious apartments are within the walls of the old building. The last storeys of the building are occupied by a double-tire penthouse with a fireplace and a sky-studio terrace. Bay-windows, variously shaped and sized windows, decorative panelling of the façade and variegated relief embellishments give the mansion a very individual look and recall the memories of a rent house in the early 20th century. On the ground floor, in a comfortable lounge, the proprietors and their guests have at their disposal a reception bureau and an office for business talks and meetings.
14 Prechistenskiy lane
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75-340 кв. м
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