This six-story house was built in 1948. Design by architect Ivan Sobolev brings it the title of the most pompous of all Stalinist buildings in Tverskaya Street. Two buildings are connected with two timbrel vaults, while the first and the second floors are made of crude stones. Historians say, the structure has intact pre-Revolution buildings as part of it. The famous Russian writer Alexander Fadeyev lived here from 1946 to 1956 and now, as almost all Tverskaya buildings, it is home to numerous cafés and shops.