This lavish mansion is located in Gorki-2 on Rublevo-Uspenskoe highway in Moscow, Russia. Included in the purchase of this home is a brand new Rolls-Royce Ghost! The 14,000 square foot home was completed in 2006 and boasts an elevator, formal living and dining rooms, kitchen, office, 6 bedrooms, home theater, dance floor, sauna, indoor swimming pool, detached garage and more. It is listed at $35,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    A Ghost? Are you serious? If I’m spending $35 million, at least throw in a Phantom. However, they also need to throw in another $25 million or so in exotics for this place to be even considered.

    The exterior isn’t as offensive as we have seen from other dachas, but what is with the two trees in the middle of the pavers? Couldn’t they have replanted them on the side? The stone used makes the place seem cold, and I would hate to see it in the middle of winter. The interior is restrained compared to other homes, but the flow and feel still resembles more of a hotel than a home. I do like the wood floors and indoor pool.




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    • Mak

      I believe the trees were left as part of a stealth security barrier.




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  • Mak

    “Safety of residents is guaranteed by the paramilitary security guards”




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  • Grrrowler

    If I can spend $35 million for a house, I can pick out my own car, thank you.

    The exterior isn’t bad, but the interior feels like an embassy instead of a home. Then again, maybe that’s what’s trendy with Russian nouveau riche.




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  • rob

    LOL, I think Mak has figured this one out. This place is designed for the new Russian Mafia elite. I think she is right about the trees being a security barrier to stop car bombers and what a strange thing to list about the paramilitary security. The assassination attempts aside, this place is a little better than some of the Russian houses we have seen. It is still very cold on the inside, but at least it has a more formal less kitschy coldness. The wood floors look amazing but they seem too highly polished. They almost look like marble. I really like the pool. It seems the Russians all have indoor pools. As far as the Ghost goes, I hope it is armored. LOL.




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  • Venom

    A Ghost, really?
    What is with these stupid gimmicks? If I can afford a $35 million house, then I probably have a Phantom and/or a Maybach already. Why would I care about you throwing in a $300,000 car?

    As far as Russian mansions go, it is actually quite tasteful.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Well it’s just that, a gimmick, a little something extra to make it stand out (as if the price tag weren’t enough to stand out)




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  • Mike F

    Kenny, it’s Rublevo-Uspenskoe higway. Even some Russians can’t spell it right in English.

    It’s not unusual to have heavily armed security guards in both Russia and Ukraine. Anything to protect the elite residents. So paramilitary guards is probably a very correct translation. When I was in Odessa, Ukraine I saw several guards with heavier submachine guns, and they will use force if needed.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Well in that case, I retract my statement. That actually makes sense, but it’s still funny to see something like that written out in a real estate listing. My comment on how funny the translated listings are still holds true, though. There is no substitute for having a real person translate for you, because computers will always butcher it, much to my delight.




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  • Mike F

    Google Translate is very funny sometimes 🙂 I’ve seen some really weird translations.

    Russian listings are totally different from those in Europe and the US. I do business with one company in Moscow, and I know a bit about it.

    This cottage is not bad, it has a lot to offer, even though some interior and exterior could be improved.

    Someone called this a datcha in an above post. This can be discussed a bit. As I have understood it, dacha is a simpler building. Cottage or elite cottage reffers to these “better buildings”, and they say cottage in Russian also, written коттедж if I got it right. This is important for some estate agents, others just don’t care.




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