What the most expensive housing in Moscow looks like: 5 options in August 2022

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The most expensive housing in Russia is traditionally located in the capital — let's look at the most attractive options of this month

Private pool, sauna, wood-burning fireplace, panoramic bird's-eye view of the capital – what else can developers offer for billions of rubles?

What the most expensive housing in Moscow looks like: 5 options in August 2022

“Federation Tower”

Area: 2,180 m²

Cost: 2,600,000,000 rubles

What the most expensive housing in Moscow looks like: 5 options in August 2022

For this amount, you can buy a three-level penthouse with an area of ​​2,180 m² on the top floors of a high-rise. Panoramic glass ceilings reach 15 meters in height, windows offer a 360o view of Moscow. There is an option to access the glass roof – here you can make a luxurious outdoor terrace. The owner promises a separate exhaust and power supply system and the technical ability to arrange a full-fledged restaurant in the penthouse. Complete with plenty of space & nbsp; – two personal elevators. If they are not enough, the layout allows you to make an elevator inside the apartment to move between floors.

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Garnet Palace Residential Complex

Area: 952 m²

Price: RUB 2,176,351

What the most expensive housing in Moscow looks like: 5 options in August 2022

The 952 m² penthouse on Patriarch's Ponds will pleasantly surprise you with the number of amenities: two large terraces, five bathrooms, seven balconies, 4 parking spaces and a loggia. Panoramic windows will delight residents with a view of the Stalinist skyscraper on Kudrinskaya Square, the Kremlin, the Church of the Ascension at the Nikitsky Gates, the green square and other sights of the capital. The lack of renovation and bare walls are more a plus than a minus.

The penthouse has its own swimming pool, hammam, jacuzzi, gym, concierge service, sauna, massage room, beauty salon, cigar room and even a fur coat storage room. There are two front and two back entrances. The owner emphasizes that only expensive and environmentally friendly materials were used in the construction. The territory of the house is constantly guarded, video surveillance cameras are installed. Despite the proximity to the Garden Ring, the penthouse is quite quiet.

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Lavrushinsky House LCD 

Area: 417.3 m²< /strong>

Cost: 2,078,470,000 rubles

What the most expensive housing in Moscow looks like: 5 options in August 2022

A duplex penthouse five minutes from Tretyakovskaya station occupies 417.3 m², of which 80 m² is a kitchen-living room with windows overlooking the Kremlin. The layout allows you to make five bedrooms with separate bathrooms and dressing rooms, as well as a study. On the roof you can arrange a private outdoor terrace of 207 m². There is no interior decoration – buyers are given the right to equip housing according to their preferences. The house itself and its facade are made of expensive materials: dark granite on the ground floor and limestone on the higher floors.

Each resident of the Lavrushinsky Residential Complex has access to a 1.4-hectare courtyard park with a fountain and areas for outdoor activities, sports and yoga, a children's space, as well as fitness and a 25-meter swimming pool. Within walking distance from the house are mansions, churches and old Moscow streets. The commissioning of the house is scheduled for the second quarter of 2024.

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LC “Malaya Bronnaya 15”

Area: 434.02 m²< /h3>

Cost: 1,736,080,000 rubles

What the most expensive housing in Moscow looks like: 5 options in August 2022

Another residence at Patriarch's Ponds is a four-room deluxe apartment with an area of ​​434.02 m² and a ceiling height of 3.8 m. It is located on the seventh floor in a newly built building, which has just begun to fill with residents. Fans of country rest will like the opportunity to install a wood-burning fireplace with an open firebox. The layout allows you to design a living room with French and classic balconies of 16 m², a separate kitchen, 4 bedrooms with wardrobes and bathrooms and access to an outdoor terrace, as well as guest and service spaces. The house surprises with engineering solutions: climate and heating control, centralized air and water purification. Parking spaces are equipped with chargers for electric vehicles. From the panoramic windows you can admire the Government House, the skyscraper on Kudrinskaya Square and other historical buildings of Moscow. The house is literally surrounded by greenery, which will especially appeal to those who are tired of “concrete” Moscow.

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“House in Gazetny”

Area: 942 m²

Cost: 1,620,000,000 rubles

What the most expensive housing in Moscow looks like: 5 options in August 2022

Six minutes from the Okhotny Ryad metro station, you can buy a whole four-story mansion with a total area of ​​942 m². There are also spacious terraces on the third and fourth floors. The owner offers a smart home system, 24-hour security and video surveillance around the perimeter, concierge service, its own warm water supply system and central air and water purification, Varmann convectors built into the floor, as well as a split system. In addition to your own parking space, we offer parking for 8-12 guests.

The mansion has a closed, well-groomed territory with a quiet, isolated courtyard. The façade of the building is clad in Italian travertine in a soothing light beige hue. Instead of classic balconies there are French ones, the terrace railings are made in the same style. In many ways, the cost of housing is justified by the special location of the mansion. Within walking distance are several theaters, including the Bolshoi and Maly, museums and libraries, as well as concert halls and cinemas, Tverskaya Street with its boutiques, the Tchaikovsky Conservatory and other iconic places.

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