The interior is enhanced with the painting Red bolls by I. Plusch. Acrylic on canvas.


The mansion block contains three unique properties – residential luxury suites whose interiors are a revival of the typical 19th century style of aristocratic elegance and gracious living.

Count Razumovsky Residence

A two-level self-contained suite with its own grand front entrance from Kutuzov Embankment.

The two floors of this 495 sq m (5,328 sq ft) apartment are connected by an authentic marble staircase designed by the architect N. Benois.

The upper level includes a grand drawing room with a magnificent fireplace in good working order, opening up into a spacious area combining a kitchen and dining room, and also two bedroom zones.

The property features a fully restored fireplace, exquisite plasterwork, unique painted ceilings, and also a panoramic gallery with a view of the inner courtyard.

A stunning vista of the Neva from Troitsky Bridge as far as Liteyny Bridge and the Aurora Cruiser opens up from the windows of the property.

A classical interior ideal for business meetings and for displaying private collections.

Prince Volkonsky Residence

A fully restored and decorated panoramic period property with magnificent views of the Neva.

This property is an ideal choice for those who value time, comfort and classical style. The property envisages a full quality finishing, with its recreated decorative parquet flooring, as well as fine wall fabrics.

The suite retains authentic Dutch stoves in good working order and a carved fireplace – an extremely rare example of European Baroque.

The classical style interior is designed to suit your family perfectly. The more formal entertaining area includes a spacious dining room with a fully fitted kitchen.

The layout has been thought through down to the smallest detail. The private area is divided into adults' and children's premises each of which is complete with its own bedrooms, bathrooms and dressing rooms.

Count Kushelev Residence

An exquisite period property designed for comfortable living and fruitful creative work.

A unique carved parlour designed by the architect R.R. von Genrichsen, illustrated in a water colour of the 19th century, which, in the 20th century, was auctioned at Sotheby’s.

The jewel of the property is in its unique carved parlour — a huge authentic wood burning fireplace made up of varied timbers and stone.

The property features a spacious dining room, as well as two bedrooms complete with bathrooms and dressing rooms. A balcony runs along the entire southern side of the apartment; the windows give on to a pleasant well-appointed Italian garden.

A-one-of-a-kind parquet floor with mother-of-pearl inlays adds to the high décor of the apartment.

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