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Three-room apartment / Nevsky av., 108

from 4 200 RUR / day

Square m: 125

Number of rooms: 3

Number of guests: 6

Number of bathrooms: 1

Living room / kitchen: Yes

Number of floor: 3

Amenities and conditions
  • Concierge: No
  • Washing machine: Yes
  • Fridge: Yes
  • Shower: Yes
  • Bath: Yes
  • Iron: Yes
  • TV: Yes
  • Microwave: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Air Conditioning: Yes
  • Dishwasher: Yes
  • Elevator: No
  • Hairdryer: Yes
  • Balcony: No
  • Bedclothes: Yes
  • Maid service on request: Yes
  • Maintenance: Yes
  • Rent: Daily rent

At the beginning of the 19th century, there was a four-story building of merchants Zmeevs on the site of house No. 108 on Nevsky Prospekt. In 1879, it was owned by V.F. Zmeev, the architect I.I. Grigoriev, who rebuilt the house and restructure its facade an eclectic look. Later, the site was owned by the hereditary honorary citizen A.V. Zmeev.

Dental clinic, the St. Petersburg branch of the publishing house and trade Novy Krai, and the shops of T. Denker and K located at No. 110 at the beginning of the 20th century.

The Zmeev house became the place of work of the Zerno publishing house in 1906. It was opened by the Bolshevik M.S. Kedrov, who inherited from his father, a well-known lawyer. "Grain" began to release the first collected works of V.I. Lenin.