14 June 2011

Where to live in Moscow, Russia?

Where to live in Moscow? Popular residential areas for expats.
Price range and short locations review.
Here are some popular areas for expats to considering where to live in Moscow:
Sadovoye ring (Garden Ring)
The Boulevard Ring is the most charming ring of the city, and not only because it is located in the historic center part of Moscow. Moscow boulevards are designed so that the traffic lanes run along a beautiful park, designed with pedestrian walks and benches, ponds and playgrounds. Garden Ring has become one of the major Moscow central transport arteries with ten lanes of traffic. So it better to chose your home with windows looking in the court yard or second homes line.

Flats price range (from cheapest to most expensive):
1-room flat: 40K - 100K RUB
2-room flat: 50K - 300K RUB
3-room flat: 60K - 560K RUB
"4+"-room flat: 80K - 835K RUB
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Arbat, Kropotkinskaya
The most attractive and architecturally beautiful area in Moscow. Very central, next to the the Christ the Saviour Cathedral, and dotted with Art Nouveau mansions and trendy modern residences. This is a premium area for expat executives and consequently very expensive. Has lots of nice walking areas and parks. There are some of buildings and apartments have beautiful Moscow panoramic view. There is situated famous residential building on Serafimovicha street with view to the Kremlin and to the the Christ the Saviour Cathedral. Some of terraces of this building allows to run BBQ parties on the top floor.
Flats price range (from cheapest to most expensive):
1-room flat: 60K - 80K RUB
2-room flat: 55K - 300K RUB
3-room flat: 70K - 655K RUB
"4+"-room flat: 90K - 1 300K RUB
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Chystye Prudy
The former meat district has been gentrified. The 18th and 19th century buildings face onto a lovely little lake. French expats tend to congregate here as it has a certain European charm and it close to the French School. There are French gourmet eateries close by we well as English and French-language cinemas. Also in this area has some night clubs and bars as within walking distance. Place is very convenient to live and will perfectly fit to people who prefer to walk instead using a public transport.
Flats price range (from cheapest to most expensive):
1-room flat: 50K - 100K RUB
2-room flat: 55K - 300K RUB
3-room flat: 60K - 250K RUB
"4+"-room flat: 100K - 1 400K RUB
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Tverskaya and Mayakovskaya
The most central and lively of Moscow’s expat residential areas – it connects Red Square and the Kremlin to the far north of the city. Lots of famous restaurants are opened here. There are lots of business centers are nearby. This area is convenient as its close to all transports and attractions, but its gets noisy and better to choose windows looking in the court yard. The area is being redeveloped and become modern with more and more new buildings.
Flats price range (from cheapest to most expensive):
1-room flat: 65K - 90K RUB
2-room flat: 60K - 200K RUB
3-room flat: 65K - 400K RUB
"4+"-room flat: 80K - 450K RUB
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Patryarshye Ponds
Calm and quiet residential neighbourhood close to the centre of Moscow. Popular with expats and Muscovites, but expensive. This area is close to five metro stations on four metro lines, and with direct access to the main city traffic routes. A beautiful city park with a pond surrounds the apartment buildings. Plenty of restaurants, theatres, embassies and museums are in the vicinity. Good place for families with children. During winter here is skiing place very nicely organized.
Flats price range (from cheapest to most expensive):
1-room flat: not available
2-room flat: 85K - 155K RUB
3-room flat: 90K - 380K RUB
"4+"-room flat: 140K - 650K RUB
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Tretyakov Gallery Area
Area known for its central location and attractive two- and three-story buildings giving you an idea about the lovely Moscow was at the time of narrow streets, churches and horse carriages. The main roads of Pyatnitskaya and Ordynka are very busy but the quieter off shoots are more congenial to live on. The area has a lively nightlife with plenty of cafes, cinemas and boutique bars and coffee shops. Most of city attractions are in walking distance from this area.
Flats price range (from cheapest to most expensive):
1-room flat: 50K - 90K RUB
2-room flat: 60K - 150K RUB
3-room flat: 85K - 350K RUB
"4+"-room flat: 100K - 700K RUB
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Frunzenskaya Area
Frunzenskaya embankment has lots of greenery in the vicinity and a park feel to it. The area banks on to the Moscow river, and overlooks Gorky Park. This area is most popular with families with children. However, apartments in the Stalinist blocks tend to be small but with high celling, and they are expensive. Both rental and sale prices here are among the highest in Moscow. The other drawback of the area is the lack of large apartments. The largest type of apartment in the Stalin-period building is 120 square meters, which is below modern residential standards for a family with children. The neighbours are respected Russians and some rich families came from former military service workers and people who were close to the soviet government.
Flats price range (from cheapest to most expensive):
1-room flat: 45K - 970K RUB
2-room flat: 50K - 300K RUB
3-room flat: 75K - 560K RUB
"4+"-room flat: 75K - 830K RUB
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Leningradsky Prospect
Leningradsky Prospect is a busy avenue long associated with artists and bohemians. The Artist Compound still exists and is a popular choice for expats drawn to its character and greenery. The only drawback is the relatively long commute to the city centre during rush hour. Leningradka also has a problem of long road redevelopment which cause traffic jam.
Flats price range (from cheapest to most expensive):
1-room flat: 40K - 100K RUB
2-room flat: 45K - 150K RUB
3-room flat: 65K - 300K RUB
"4+"-room flat: 85K - 300K RUB
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Barrikadnaya Area
Situated just outside the Garden ring in the northwest of the city, Barrikadnya is good value and despite its many virtues: good views, plenty of greenery and lots of amenities in the area. Location is near by the Moscow zoo, close to fashionable between Muscovites - Krasnaya Presnya street. Most residential buildings have breathtaking views to the Zoo ponds with swans, the White house, two or three Stalin skyscrapers. The area is a home to the US and several other embassies. Finally, there are four major supermarkets, malls, grocery stores, two movie theaters, a Planetarium and many restaurants in the area. Lots of buildings have view to the White House of Russia and location is close to the Moscow Trading and exhibitions center. The most popular is the Real McCoy – a bar and night club popular among young people.
Flats price range (from cheapest to most expensive):
1-room flat: 40K - 65K RUB
2-room flat: 50K - 200K RUB
3-room flat: 65K - 350K RUB
"4+"-room flat: 100K - 830K RUB
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Taganskaya Area
In old Moscow the area was surrounded by five monasteries, which served the role of protecting Moscow’s eastern border. In the 19th century, this area became one of the main merchant centers of Moscow. Today, there are many business centers in the area, so for those who want to live minutes from the office, Taganskaya may be a location of choice. Good value accommodation, but a little noisy. Taganskaya area is developing quickly and recently became the home for several newly constructed luxury residential complexes. There are several drama theatres in the area, including two parts of Taganka theatre, Russian Drama theatre and Moscow region Puppet theatre. The movie theatre Illusion, which plays rare international movie classics, is also located in the area.
Flats price range (from cheapest to most expensive):
1-room flat: 42K - 65K RUB
2-room flat: 55K - 200K RUB
3-room flat: 70K - 250K RUB
"4+"-room flat: 120K - 400K RUB
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So where to live in Moscow?
The Moscow real estate market is certainly becoming more complex and consequently more difficult for a non-specialists to understand. How to choose the an area which will be right for me? Should I buy an apartment or house? What if the development has yet even to be built? What about apartments in historic buildings? What amenities and facilities are available where? Etc, etc … With so many variables and choices, it helps to have impartial advice from people with expert knowledge of the local market, and that is where our experienced specialists can help! Contact me to get assistance in finding residential property in Moscow:

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