Location: Russia

Square Footage: 23,110

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 7+ bathrooms

Price: Available Upon Request

This stately mansion is located in Russia and features approximately 23,110 square feet of living space. The 1st floor features a 2-story foyer with grand staircase and wrap-around mezzanine level, wall of windows, elevator, formal living and dining rooms, home office, gourmet kitchen, bedroom suite and more. The 2nd floor features a library, the master suite and 3 additional bedroom suites. The lower level features a billiards room, gym, home theater, wet bar, wine cellar, 2 bedroom staff apartment, indoor swimming pool and a sauna. The grounds feature a pond and a bath house.

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  • Sam

    The exterior is typical but the interior is surprisingly subtle for Russia and I like it. The indoor pool with the fake ocean wall thing is interesting…




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  • Ted

    I actually don’t hate the interior but the exterior makes me physically ill.




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  • rob

    I love the exterior and would change a few things about the interior. I love the authentic coloring of the exterior and i believe that this is a pretty good rendering of traditional Russian architecture. Russia has a rich architectural tradition. Can anyone tell me what style this is. I would say Ottoman Roccoco, or a sort of indo-asian beaux arts. The interior walls are really plain for this type of effect. I would love to see this in the snow. I think that the Russian architects are now trying to refine some of the traditional 17th-18th-19th century dacha architecture. There is a rennaisance going on with some of the new Russian money. Anyone who wants a traditional Russian palace can pick this one up in St. Petersburg. http://curbed.com/archives/2013/06/10/this-epic-st-petersburg-palace-carries-unknown-price-tag.php




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  • Grrrowler

    This is actually more subtle and somewhat nicer than the recent house in Woodbridge Township, NJ. Then again, that’s not saying much.

    My favorite part is the pond and its pavillion.




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  • Daniel

    Doesn’t feel like a home. I can’t see a family with young children living here.




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