Location: Moscow, Russia

Square Footage: 34,445

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms & 6+ bathrooms

Price: $38,000,000

This Contemporary style compound is located in Moscow, Russia and features a main house, a 12,900 square foot guest house, a 3-level spa building and a guard house with staff quarters. The main house features, 6 bedrooms, 6+ bathrooms, 2 home offices, 2 kitchens, living and dining rooms, library, 2 indoor gardens, billiards room, home theater and more. The spa building features a gym, entertainment room, massage room, elevator, bathroom and an indoor swimming pool. The grounds also features a bathhouse, summer and winter BBQ area, a detached garage, car wash, mini far, gardens and ponds.

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  • Grrrowler

    I’m glad that this Russian house isn’t yet another pseudo-palace that’s been gilded to within an inch of its life. However, this one goes too far the other way and is simply stark. The rooms are cavernous but seem big only for the sake of being big. The dining room (or is the breakfast room?) is a perfect example; there’s no reason for it to be that large, other than to impress your diners. The whole thing feels more like a bunker than a house.

    The exterior was on the verge of being architecturally interesting, but it ends up looking like a Soviet era government office. It looks like a completely different house from every angle; the designed needed to settle on a single style. The gazebo modeled after a UFO could have been plucked directly out of a Soviet-built public park.




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  • Teddi

    I think compound is the best description for this house. I love large spaces but the rooms were pointlessly large. The whole thing had the feel of a high end warehouse.

    What I don’t get is a 12,000sf guest house. I keep saying at some point stop calling it a guest house. This stopped being a guest house at 4,000sf. 12,000sf means 2 mansions on one plot of land.




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  • Daniel

    HoJo’s newest Russian location.




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  • Venom

    Dare I say it actually looks good for Russia? That price is crackpipe though.




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