The L. I. Geltischeva Mansion (Russian: Особняк Л. И. Гельтищевой) is a building in the center of Moscow (Average Ovchinnikovsky Lane, Building 8, Building 1). It was built in 1904 by the architect F. F. Voskresensky in the Art Nouveau style. L. I. Geltischeva's mansion has the status of an object of cultural heritage of federal significance.
In 1834, the merchant's son Stebnev built a two-story stone house in the middle Ovchinnikovsky lane. By the beginning of the 20th, this house belonged to L. I. Geltischeva. By his order, architect F. F. Voskresensky substantially rebuilt the mansion. The former Stebnev's house became its middle part, and extensions were added to its sides.
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