One-bedroom apartment in the centre of the city

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  • Apartment
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: Apt. / Condo

One-bedroom apartment in the centre of the city

A Spacious and very comfortable apartment in 3 levels. Recently renovated . An interesting design. A beautiful wooden staircase leads from the hallway to the living room. In the living room (the former billiard room of Count Trubetskoy) there are a fireplace, stairs, flooring, clocks, chandeliers - all original dated to the 18th century. There is a large Plasma TV in the living room. From this room you can go out to the balcony. Large balcony where you can drink coffee and breathe the air and feel the aura of Odessa old yards. A corridor from the hallway leads to the kitchen. There are all necessary appliances. Stairs in the kitchen leads ...Read more

About the owner

Julia G.

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One-bedroom apartment in the centre of the city
Odessa, Ukraine

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The house is located in few steps from Derybasivs'ka street, but that’s not the reason why it is famous. The street itself is already a landmark. Walking down Hoholya street pay attention to the house number 7. The house built in 1899 by architect Leo Vlodeka and popularly referred to as the "home with the Atlanteans." This architectural group can be seen on many postcards, but to see it live is a great pleasure.


At the end of the street you will see a small castle. This intricate structure makes you delighted and bewildered. For a moment you seem to get to the eastern tale. Suprisingly this building has been designed by Polish architect Felix Gonsiorovskomu for his fellow nobleman Zeno Brzhozovsky. From 1909 to 1917 this castle belonged to the Shah of Persia, who ran away to Odessa from the revolution in Iran. Hence the name - "Shah's palace."


Turning right, you’ll find yourself in a favorite spot for wedding processions, and photo shoots. A pedestrian bridge connecting the Boulevard of Arts and Primorsky Boulevard, popularly referred to as "Teschin Bridge." According to the legend, the bridge was built in 1969 by order of the first secretary of the r.
This route will lead you onto Primorsky Boulevard to the monument of Duke de Richelieu. Katerynyns'ka square is above.
The way to Katerynyns'ka square can be reduced considerably if you go from the house up Hoholya street. Turn left on the street. Sabaneyev bridge you will find yourself at the Katerynyns'ka square.

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