My place is close to the city centre, the metro is only in 3min distance, there are many clubs, bars, shops, and art and culture facilities.. You’ll love my place because of the high ceilings, the central location, the ambiance. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
A wealthy Russian family used to live in this apartment, however, now it needed to be adapted to contemporary users like myself. But some furniture, historical maps and especially the huge book collection was something I decided to keep almost as a display to create a comfortable living space, but also to have these small bits of memory that create the nice aura in the apartment.
You will have access to:
Bright bedroom with comfortable bed, a working table equipped with monitor and printer, and a cute balcony where you can enjoy the view to Moscow or smoke a cig.
Fully equipped kitchen to make your morning smoothies and espresso or four course dinner with wine. If I will find good trays for creme brulee it also wont be a problem. ;)
Fully equipped bathroom with bathtub, all the shampoos and shower gels, hair dryer and straightener to get you prepared for your day in Moscow.
You can freely use these spaces any time of the day.
Interaction with guests
My flatmate Emily is a wonderful girl. Although she is busy with her studies, she will be available if needed.
Other things to note
Please water my plants, as well should take care for nature, evermore in urban environments.
- Smoking allowed only on balcony
- Please water the plants ;)
I am an architect from Latvia, currently studying Urban Design in Moscow.
I love to do painting and photography in my free time, however, I don't get much of free time, because I love travelling the most. With friends, relatives or strangers, or alone flying somewhere new, or taking a train or searching for a free ride or walking towards new experiences. To me exploration of the world opens new horizonts and kind of expands your mind. But at the end those are not the places you go or things you see, but the people you meet, they change your world.