The mansion was built by a big iron-making plants? owner I. Batashov.
In 1879 the Yauzskaya hospital for unskilled labourers was placed there. Today this building is known as the ?Medsantrud? city clinic.
The large complex consists of the main building at the back of the court, two wings, a church built there in 1899, premises and a garden.
The mansion is situated in a very picturesque location. A beautiful view opens from a decorative loggia and a gallery.
The main building and the wings were erected in the spirit of the classicism of the XVIII-XIX centuries. The plastered bricks combined perfectly with the white-stoned details of the ornament and with the sculptures. After the 1812 fire the mansion was renewed and at the end of the XIX century it was restored and fitted to the needs of the hospital.
Unfortunately some details of its exquisite decoration and architecture have gone never to return. But the main facade facing the city and scenic architecture on the overfall of the relief remained hitherto.
The former mansion is an remarkable monument of the style known as Moscow classicism with sculptural and ornamental decoration as its most striking feature.
Address: 9-11, Yauzskaya St., Moscow
Underground: Kitay-gorod (Kaluzhsko-Rizhskoy linii)