Von Derwies Estate (19th Century)

Von Derwies estate

Composition of the estate:

— Manor house,
— Coach house,
— Coach house,
— Blow-well building.

Historical and cultural property: cultural heritage sites of federal importance


The estate was founded in the mid-19th century, and it had been belonging to major general Mikhail Miloshevich who sold it to the district marshal of nobility State Counsellor Pavel von Derwies, a son of the Russian entrepreneur Paul von Derwies. Pavel von Derwies rebuilt the manor-economic complex and owned it until 1917. The main buildings were created in modern style, presumably by the architect Fyodor Schechtel.

The model farm of the estate included a nursery for fruit and park trees, a stud and a distillery, a well-organized agricultural system and a bee yard.

Potential use:

Tourist infrastructure with recreation facilities with a water resort.

The estimated cost of the object’s restoration with consideration for its potential use:

RUB 149 mln


68 km to Ryazan
317 km to Moscow

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