It is believed that Catherine the Great was a guest of this house on her way back to Saint Petersburg after the six-month trip to the Crimea. In the later years, the estate saw a lot of interesting guests. The parents of Leo Tolstoy, whose mother came from the Trubetskoy family, celebrated their wedding here, and the house was visited by poets Fyodor Tyutchev and Pyotr Vyazemsky.
After the revolution of 1917, the main house was turned over to the worker's cooperative, and later the estate became a state farm (with stables and a cattle yard). In the 1930s, the estate was given to the Agriculture School with gardens and farms, and in 1959, the Scientific Research Institute of Veterinary Virusology and Microbiology became its primary resident. Right now, the house is in critical condition and off limits to visitors, but you can still take a look from the outside.
- Moscow Automobile Ring Road, 36th km
- st. Lesoparkovaya, Bulvar Dmitriya Donskogo