This estate is located on Kaluga Highway in a lavish residential development in Moscow, Russia and features not one, but TWO mansions. They each feature approximately 9,600 square feet of living space. One of them also has an indoor swimming pool, gym and billiards room. Amenities in the gated development  include a sports center with stables and tennis courts to shops, restaurants and a mini club. It is listed at $46,000,000.

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  • rob

    I am going to go out on a limb here and say I like them. I like that rounded sort of northern European dacha looking one. What is that style called? Sort of rounded chateau. I even like the one that looks like a Southern mansion raised up on blocks. It looks kind of imperious in its in your face attitude. The landscaping leaves a lot to be desired, but I am not sure how landscaping works in this climate. I like the sort of lived in jumble feel of the estate. I am not sure what the third building is, but maybe it is a garage complex. As to the interior, the one picture we see looks kind of cozy to me. Looks like a cool place to relax and imagine you are a tsar on those long northern nights. Of course the price is not worth mentioning.




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    • rob

      PS. Found more pictures on Sothebys http://www.moscowsr.ru/catalog/552/ and the interior decoration actually does not look overdone at all. It looks like a nice cross between traditional French and Russian decorating from the Imperial age. Not nearly as gaudy and overdone as you usually find from these oligarchs.




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  • DC Scott

    That is one surprisingly normal and apparently American-sourced kitchen in picture 7.




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  • Tony

    I’m not sure what was more gaudy and tacky. This or the Maloof Mansion. I think you should do a poll on which mansion is the most gaudy, this one, the Gorga one or the Maloof one lol.




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  • Daniel

    These Russian homes never fail to surprise me. I’ll admit, the one in the first photo isn’t terrible until you see that horrendous addition on its side – looks like something you’d see in the Midwest circa 1973. The second home just looks weird. I must also admit the attempt at landscaping is humorous. Interior looks…Russian. Kitchen appears to be tiny and the overbearing gaudiness of it makes it look even smaller.

    On a final note, can someone explain to me how they come up with these prices. I want to know what makes this worth anywhere near the asking price.




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  • Jeff P.

    There’s tacky, and then there’s Russian Tacky.

    Nyet.




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  • Grrrowler

    Wow! Two eyesores for the price of…well, for the price of 46 smaller but infinitely more tasteful houses.




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  • Chris

    I confused as to where they came up with this price.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I’ll leave everything else about this property alone, and just say that proportions are not the Russians’ strong-suit. The homes look like weeble-wobbles, and that one room with the columns must be all of, what, 9 feet wide?




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