This Neoclassical mansion is located in the prestigious location of Rublevo-Uspenskoe Highway in Nikolino near Moscow, Russia. It boasts approximately 16,000 square feet of living space. The first floor boasts 2 living rooms, dining room with fireplace, gourmet kitchen, home theater, 2 guest suites and an indoor swimming pool. The 2nd floor boasts the master suite and 2 en-suite bedrooms. The 3rd floor boasts a 2nd kitchen and 2 en-suite bedrooms. The lower level boasts a lounge/library, gym and a billiards room. The price isn’t available.

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  • Daniel

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    It makes me sad knowing several trees lost their life for no good reason in the construction of this.




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  • James

    Though far from perfect, it is the most understated interior I have ever seen in a Russian home. Had a good laugh about the books hanging off the shelves in pictures 3 and 4.




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  • Grrrowler

    The exterior is fine, for a Greek temple. Several of the interior spaces started off with potential, and then totally derailed when the “decorator” got hold of them. None of the rooms look as if they’re scaled properly, although in fairness that could be the photographs skewing the way they look. Clearly the modern Russian decorative aesthetic is very different from my own.




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  • Venom

    Wow this is the first Russian house that I kind of like.
    I want to slap the crap out of the agent for putting that giant logo over all the photos, that is annoying as hell.

    I am curious if that thing on the indoor pool is intentionally meant to mimic the faucet on a Jacuzzi tub or if it actually is a giant faucet that fills the pool up?




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  • Todd

    Not crazy about the exterior, but the interior is incredible. Fine detailing, looks like it is 100 years old inside. These Russian houses aren’t constructed from trees, they’re all concrete & steel. The only wood used is for interior details, not that that even matters.




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    • NOVA Ben

      I think he was referring to the acres of wood floors.




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      • Daniel

        Thank you 😀




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      • Todd

        No he wasn’t. Read his post. He said the “construction” of the house. If he was talking about wood floors, then he would have said wood floors. And besides, that doesn’t even make sense to complain over wood floors in a house. The interior detailing and craftsmanship is what is so incredible about this house.




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        • NOVA Ben

          Let’s bring it down a few notches, Todd. You’re getting all fired up about the wording of someone else’s comment. He WAS referring to the floors, and even if he wasn’t, it doesn’t change the fact that this home is horrendous and PLENTY of materials, not just wood, were wasted in its creation. Either way, your blood pressure will thank you if you relax a little.




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          • Todd

            Ben, it’s time for you to take a pill and mind your own business. Unless you are also Daniel posting as 2 people then you have no idea what he was referring to in his post. I’ve read enough of his posts on this site and he never carries on about floors. With him it’s all about size size size. He was referring to construction, he said so himself. Probably 95% of all Russian mansions are built of concrete & steel, not wood. Nobody complains about the construction of a house and focuses on the flooring material. That doesn’t even make sense. Um, I hate that house, but even worse, what a waste of flooring material! Please!




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          • Daniel

            Myyyy goodness. Never did I think a shitstorm would have started over one of my more innocent comments.

            Todd, I was actually referring to the acres of wood flooring used. While the flooring may be nice, it saddens me that it was wasted in this particular home.

            Next time I’ll try to be more direct to prevent bickering. Let’s lambast the architecture and design, not each other :p




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          • Todd

            Daniel, you were not referring to hardwood floors. With the size of that house, that is probably less than 5% of all the building materials used. Nobody is going to say they don’t like a house and then complain about 5% of the building materials used. I’ve read enough of your posts to know you are not well versed in high end construction methods. You didn’t know it was a concrete/steel house. And that’s ok, it wasn’t a huge deal, but that’s why I made my original point that you and your stalker friend Ben can’t seem to stomach. It’s pretty weird to keep trying to stake claim to a false point b/c you sure don’t seem to be upset over any other wood used for trim or crown moldings or doors… just those darn hardwood floors!




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          • NOVA Ben

            *shakes head*

            The idiocy of overly aggressive and confrontational commentators like Todd on the internet never cease to amaze me. I think he’s done a better job at making himself look like an idiot than I ever could.

            Moving on…




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          • Todd

            Ben, thank you for demonstrating your own accusations in each post that you make. Nothing more fun to see than a psychotic message board stalker get taken to task. Face it, you jumped on the wrong side of the argument and now you can’t seem to shut up about it. Next time really try and think it through so you don’t look like such a fool.




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  • Iemand

    Exterior is horrible, just looks at the windows, the picket fence, the grass etc.
    But I was absolutely surprised to see the interior; it’s great! I love most of it, just look at the theater; it’s beautiful.

    But still, it’s in Russia so…




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  • NOVA Ben

    This is not nearly as bad as other homes we’ve seen in Russia, but it’s still far from livable in my eyes. Is it customary for Russian listings to feature the homes in weird creepy half-light? Everything is so dim and uninviting. And yet again, no pictures of the damn kitchen. WHY do they leave the kitchen out of so many listings? And I completely agree with Venom, the logo plastered all over every photo is infuriating. The only thing about this listing that had me cracking a smile was the ferociously bad translating courtesy of Google:

    Architectural decisions and finish at home intentionally reproduce real objects detected by the sponsors of residential mansions and hotels Cote d’Azur.




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  • Orlando

    Love the theater. Mehh on everything else.




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  • Mark

    Other than the odd model, I have not seen one attractive thing come out of Russia.




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  • Asif

    Good interior but disappointed with the exterior. After watching the interior one cannot believe the exterior.




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  • rob

    I like it, but I have always been a fan of Russian Imperial Architecture. I like the pink stucco and the greek temple look. The inside looks fine and warm to me. A little heavy on the wood floors but nothing some very large and expensive carpets couldn’t fix. The woodwork on the walls is nicely detailed but the bookshelves are insane. Why are they so shallow that you cannot fit a book on them? If I were the czar I would have the carpenter executed. And in pic 5, why is the column right in the middle of the stair landing? Very strange. Overall this is the best house I have seen come out of Russia. Would love to see it in the snow. I am betting the price is insane.




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  • Sam

    That nice of a house and they put up a picket fence in the front. That’s the best they can do? I like the indoor pool though and the theater but it needs more seating.




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  • Ted

    i really love the interior. the exterior not so much. whats with the cheap slidy windows?




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