Luxury residence located in the city center, conterminous to the Hermitage Garden.
Chekhov Building is like a work of art – a third of the house’s facades is decorated with architectural bronze. The artful features – lamellas, shutters and windows – have been hand-crafted and patinated in Italy, and then carefully delivered to Moscow. The Hermitage Garden located in front of the building set the tone for the Chekhov project. Its architectural style continues throughout the apartments’ interiors, which are offered with complete finishings. The house’s top floor boasts penthouses with spacious terraces overlooking the garden.
In Moscow, there appear more and more parks and gardens, where nature and freedom of creativity represent a organic whole. But perhaps the Moscow Hermitage Garden keeps the most intimate memories of the past cultural life of Moscow.
It is the Hermitage Garden that saw the first wave of conductor Sergey Rachmaninov’s wand, heard Fyodor Chaliapin’s bass and Leonid Sobinov’s tenor. It was here that the Moscow Art Theatre first opened and Chekhov's plays premiered. The garden’s paths remember the steps of Leo Tolstoy and Vladimir Vysotsky, Leonid. Utesov and Arkadiy Raikin. It was here that the first ever round of "What? Where? When?” game was played.
At all times, the Hermitage garden was the center of attraction of the cultural and intellectual elite of Moscow.
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