Vlasevskaya Sloboda residential complex is an elite mansion made in the classical style of the early 20th century, located in the historical center of Moscow, at Gagarinsky Lane, 24/7. Located between Boulevard and Garden Ring, as well as near Novy Arbat Street and Prechistenskaya Embankment, this residential complex has excellent transport accessibility. There are three metro stations located a few minutes from the house.
The residential complex Vlasevskaya Sloboda fully complies with all standards of premium housing – guarded fenced yard area, video surveillance, alarm system, fire protection system, concierge service, entrance to the territory by passes.
The mechanized underground parking is designed for 45 cars. There is a guest outdoor parking near the house. The yard is landscaped, beautiful flower beds and shrubs are planted, paths are paved and comfortable benches are provided. Within walking distance from the complex there are strong educational institutions, preschool and developmental institutions, large shopping and entertainment centers, prestigious shops and boutiques, cafes and clubs.
The cultural and historical infrastructure includes the Herzen House Museum, the Melnikov Museum, the ROSIZO, the Pushkin Museum, the Assumption Church, the Vakhtangov Theater and the Church of the Resurrection of the Living. The nearest green area is Miguel Hidalgo Square. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is located a kilometer from the house.
The residential complex is a five-storey luxury mansion, made in a classic style. This is a reconstruction of an old building erected at the beginning of the last century. The house was commissioned in 2008. You can buy an apartment in the residential complex Vlasevskaya Sloboda in the area range from 106 to 365 square meters. The project of the house includes 15 apartments, each of which has an additional room for free use. The facade of the building is lined with expensive natural materials - rare woods, granite and marble. Natural stone, mosaics and forged decorative elements were used in the decoration of public spaces and halls. The windows of the house offer a great view of the historical architecture of old Moscow.