This lavish estate is located on the banks of the Moskva River; just 20 minutes from the center of Moscow, Russia. It boasts 16,000 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, library, billiards room, indoor swimming pool, sauna, bowling alley, discotheque, wine cellar, home theater and a recreation room. There is also an outdoor swimming pool, gazebo, BBQ area, covered pavilion, tennis court, 10-car subterranean garage and a small chapel. It is listed at $24,000,000.

  • Daniel

    Finally! A Russian home that doesn’t look like a bank clad in marble.

    ***BUT***

    WTF is this? It’s very Willy Wonka meets Zsa Zsa Gabor + some Euro trash. Horrible doesn’t begin to describe this. Exterior is puzzling at best. Looks like a church (seems we have a theme going on here) from the 1970s. Interior is just…wow. I don’t even know where to begin. That neon green ceiling light belongs in a Bingo parlor somewhere in Uzbekistan. I almost thought the kitchen was an office. Looks like they couldn’t resist the “French” style curtains/chandelier in the dining room. Only tolerable part inside is the bowling alley.




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    • NOVA Ben

      That’s only because bowling alleys are *expected* to be tacky.




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  • rob

    Ok, I am going to go out on a limb and say this is strangely appealing. The inside reminds me of a greenhouse. For some reason the whole house looks moist. I think this house would probably be alot of fun if you were running around drunk and half naked alot of the time. I just picture wild parties why the snow is piled up 10 feet outside the door. I wouldn’t call it classy, but it does look like fun.




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    • Grrrowler

      I’ve been thinking, and thinking…and thinking…and I just can’t come up with any way that the description of a house as “moist” is positive.




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      • rob

        Not necessarily positive, but fun.




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  • Grrrowler

    HAHAHAHAHAHA! It’s just so….HAHAHAHA! Look at the…HAHAHAHA! Oh…I think I wet myself.

    I feel like what we’re seeing is a vision of hell for an architect somewhere who’s been REALLY bad. Imagine waking up to this house every day for eternity!

    The best thing I can say about this is that the sky looks very pretty in the outdoor pics.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Well, Daniel is right that this is not what we typically see from Russia. But that is indeed not a good thing. The foyer looks like a Rainforest Cafe and the flooring throughout just makes it look like a shopping mall circa 1991. The lack of color in other Russian monstrosities is bad, but if this is the alternative, then I’m not sure what I’d do. Gross.

    And $24 million? HAHAHAHAHAHA




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  • Venom

    Wow this is terrible and the staircase just looks stupid.
    Rainforest Cafe is an apt description for this house.




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  • Annie

    Hey Kenny. Thanks for all the Russian real estate and for trying to show some that aren’t so gaudy.




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  • JDannyMac

    Whaaaaaaat? Is this pretend?




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  • Randy W.

    I JUST LOVE THE NIGHTCLUB ROOM WITH THE EROTIC PICTURES ON THE WALL . I wonder why Russians have horrible design taste ?




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    • NOVA Ben

      RACIST!!

      😉




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  • Lukas

    The bedroom is actually quite nice, at least to me, apart from the what-the-hell green neon lighting. That said, throwing neon lights into an otherwise opulent bedroom is quite the original feat, which is more than can be said for many other mansions here.




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