Unique apartment on Vasilevsky island with a total area of 380 sq.m. for sale. The apartment has high ceilings with well-preserved stucco, hardwood (parquet) floor and large bay window. Many rooms have tiled stoves preserved in excellent condition. The big room with a large bay window has a functioning fireplace with bronze casting. The parts of the pre-revolution decor delight the eye. The windows of the apartment are facing three sides of the building. Most of them facing the sunny street of 4th Liniya. The apartment is located on the 3rd floor of a 4-storey building which has an elevator. The building architected by Rachau K.K. is situated at the intersection of 4th Liniya 5 and Bolshoy pr. The apartment has two entrances. The main entrance is facing 4th Liniya and the other is located in the spacious yard with a parking inside. The apartment has a large bay window, tiled stoves, fireplace with bronze casting and stucco. The apartment has an interesting layout allowing easy replanning of any purpose thus can be divided into two separate apartments. The square of the Russian Academy of Arts, Universitetskaya embankment, Cathedral of St. Andrew, Lutheran Church of St. Catherine (arch. G.F. Veldten, 1771), Menshikov's palace, the mansion of H.J. von Bosse, Andreyevsky market and other historical and architectural sights of Vasilyevsky island are located nearby.
The apartment is owned by several owners at the moment. Some of them would be satisfied with the money. Alternative accommodation will be acquired for the rest.
Historical reference. A large four-storey house 15/5 takes two ancient sites. One of those has been occupied by a stone house in the second half of the XVIII century.
The house belonged to the interpreter F.A. Galchenkov, which has founded one of the first private printing houses of the capital here. The house on the right side belonged to a literature teacher I.S. Peninsky in 1830-1850. Leopold Koenig acquired both sites in 1870s. Desiring to get a fine project of a large revenue house he announced a competition. Rachau K.K., the architect of several mansions, villas and other buildings won this competition. In the years 1878-1879 he architected the existing building. Nicholas Roerich lived in there in 1905-1906. The famous architects of Saint-Petersburg N.I. Alekseev and A.A. Polishchuk lived in this house in 1900-1910. 1st rank сaptain N.N. Schreiber the armourer has worked here in 1918-1920.
The fireplace with bronze casting, tiled stoves, stucco, large sunny bay window. Brick ceiling on girders. Two separate entrances has elevators. Metro 5 mins walk. Ceiling height is 4.3 meters. Kitchen has 31 sq.m. High resolution floor plan on request. Few owners.
price: 40'000'000 rur