Residential complex House with a sign Pharmacy on Malaya Bronnaya 22 page 1 is a six-storey former apartment building in the center of Moscow designed by architect Sigismund Wolfson in 1913 in neoclassical style. The faceted facade is covered with a layer of glazed ceramic tiles, the base is plastered and decorated with rust. The lines of bay windows and attics with an artful pattern of stucco are distinguished. Other decorative elements include bas-reliefs depicting cornucopias, a window framed by a fruit garland, a mask of a man with a beard imitating a column with flutes. The floor in the entrance is lined with patterned tiles, the front staircase is framed by elegant wrought-iron railings.
On the ground floor of the building there was a pharmacy, a pastry shop, a knitting workshop. On the upper levels there were offices and apartments for rent. In 2010, the building became one of the main tourist attractions of Malaya Bronnaya. At the initiative of the residents of the house, historical signs were restored, which gave the residential complex a House with a Pharmacy sign on Malaya Bronnaya 22 page 1 an unusual and unique look and made it attractive to tourists. To buy an apartment in a residential building with a Pharmacy sign means to touch a piece of the history of the capital and feel the spirit of old Moscow. Now the house is listed in the register of cultural heritage objects of regional significance. Information about current offers is presented on the official website of the residential complex House with a Pharmacy sign.
If you are considering buying an apartment in a residential building with a Pharmacy sign, call us. The staff of Intermark Real Estate will be happy to arrange a consultation and viewing for you.