In the mid-19th century, the lands, along with remains of the manor and the church, were purchased by merchant Alexander Torletsky, a true European by nature and education, who was preoccupied with the refinement of Russian lands. Under Torletsky, a large oakery was planted here, and the ponds were cleared. The water in the five ponds became so clean and clear, that the owners of nearby estates flocked to Gireyevo for advice. In the center of all this abundance, Torletsky had built a modest house, but very little remains of it today. Nonetheless, the estate complex with its ponds and a park is a monument to the garden art of the 18th century, and is protected by the state.
- Prospekt Svobodny, 4, building 6
- st. Novogireyevo
- free admission