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6 Naschokinsky Lane
A six-story apartment house was built in Nashchokinsky Lane by architect M.M. Cherkasov in 1911.
Strict sleek facade has almost no decorations. Two floor on the basement are rusticated and continue the décor line of the mansion number 4 standing next to it.
Lazarev’s merchant family from Bogorodsk owned the property at the end of the XIX century. S.D. Sinelnikov owned the building from 1914 to the Revolution.
Poet Boris Pasternak lived here in apartment 16 in the summer of 1917. The apartment was empty because of the sister of Pasternak’s friend, Fanny Zbarskii got the job as a local doctor in Mytischi. Pasternak briefly settled in Nashchokinsky lane.
To this address letters from Elena Vinograd came. The poet devoted his book to her. "When I finished" Over the Barriers", the girl I was in love with asked me to give her this book. I felt that it was impossible - I was fond of Cubism at that time, and she was raw, unspoiled - and then I started writing for her on top of this book - so was born "My sister is life," she never learned about this substitution, "- wrote Pasternak.
Vera Yakovlevna Efron, the sister of Sergey Efron, playwright, teacher, loyal friend of Voloshin lived in apartment 7 in the 1920s.
"... She always lives the life of others and for other people... I almost do not know anyone in whomever I felt so much of spiritual purity, sacrifice and hopelessness as in Vera, and who would be encouraged to imagine a painful love... " – wrote the poet about her.
The house always was residential.
Main house of the A.D. Neguneva - E.A. Ivanova - P.N. Ivanov’s city manor34 Sivtsev Vrazhek lane
Oddly enough, we know for sure that "night quiet, clear; new moon could be seen in front of the red roof of a large white house; there is little snow" on March 25, 1851 in Sivtsev Vrazhek. All this thanks to the inhabitants of the house number 34.