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The mansion of the early 20th century, is located in the heart of the resort city of Yalta.

The name “F.F.Meltser’s House” was given in honor of the largest furniture manufacturer, Fyodor Fedorovich Meltser, the son of a merchant from St. Petersburg and a Prussian lodger.

In 1967, the Meltser F & KO furniture workshop was established, and by the end of the 19th century it became one of the largest Russian factories. It produced furniture for the world famous Livadia Palace.

The front facade of the building is executed in a refined, sensual Art Nouveau style with a harmonious combination of decorative elements of the classical Rococo style.

The two-story building is completely made of stone, in front of the entrance you can see a small area paved with mosaic concrete with multi-colored hermetic patterns.

The architectural appearance is inherent in the South Coast of the peninsula of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Meltzer’s house is a monument of architecture, preserved to this day in its perfect form.

(F.F. Melzer's house / F.F. Melzer's house)

The architectural monument, which is pretty well preserved in its original form, even the wooden blinds on the windows have survived.

House F.F.Meltser located in the Crimean resort city of Yalta at the corner of two streets - Sverdlov and Basseynaya. The mansion is named after one of the largest furniture manufacturers in Russia - Fedor Fedorovich Meltser, the son of a St. Petersburg merchant and Prussian lodger F. I. Meltser, who founded the furniture workshop “Melzer F and Co.” around 1867. By the end of the 19th art. it became one of the largest factories in Russia, it was here that furniture was made for the Livadia Palace

Fedor Meltzer received permission for the construction of a two-story residential building in June 1914, at which time construction work began. The construction of the mansion was conducted under the guidance of a civil engineer I. M. Kefeli. The modest building was made in the Renaissance style.

In the years 1918-1919. The property of the famous owner of the furniture factory F. Meltzer in Yalta was nationalized, and since then it has been used as buildings for military sanatoriums. In 1941 - 1944 the house housed the Gestapo.

The facades of the building, built at the beginning of the 20th century, are made in the Art Nouveau style with a harmonious combination of elements in the Rococo style. A two-story stone building with a basement, asymmetric and complex in plan. The area in front of the house is lined with monolithic colored mosaic concrete with a geometric pattern. There are recreational areas in front of the main entrance. The design of exteriors is typical for the southern coast of Crimea in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

The house of F.F. Meltzer is a monument of architecture, which is quite well preserved in its original form, even the wooden blinds on the windows have survived. Today it is one of the buildings of the sanatorium of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine (leased).

House F.F. Meltzer in Yalta

A descendant of the Meltserov family, Fedor Fedorovich was a merchant of the first guild, and also became a successor to the furniture factory, which was inherited from his father Friedrich Johann Melzer. Fedor Fedorovich skillfully managed the factory and achieved quite high results of his brainchild: the factory was popular among many people of that time, including influential ones. All products manufactured at the furniture factory can be called very sophisticated, high-quality and very graceful.

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The factory also took orders for restoration work. Fyodor Fyodorovich was helped to manage the factory by his brothers: Ernest and Roman. In turn, Ernest, being a military engineer, helped Fedor Fedorovich transport the factory from one city to another. The novel was responsible for the decoration of furniture sketches. He had his own place in the art workshop, where he created all his masterpieces.

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History of a house in Yalta

The mansion of Fedor Fedorovich is one of the architectural monuments built in Yalta at the beginning of the 20th century. It is located at: Yalta, Sverdlov street, 43. The first construction work began there back in 1914. Engineer I.M. Kefeli After the revolution (February and October), the house is transferred to public use. Later, it will be used as a sanatorium for the military. From the 41st to the 44th year, the Gestapo was located in the house.

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Architecture of the house of Fedor Fedorovich Maltsev in Yalta

This two-story building looks like a small castle. The entire castle is made in the style of the Renaissance. Beautiful narrowed windows that are visible from Sverdlov Street are made in the Gothic style.

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The whole facade of the estate F.F. Meltzer is made in modern style with elements of rococo. A patterned composition of concrete was laid in front of the main entrance, this platform served as a kind of resting place for the hosts who were seeing off or meeting guests. A heavy forged fence is depressing and delighting at the same time - at the entrance it resembles an old medieval castle that carried away all visitors in the era of that time.

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Now the building is in rather bad condition, but nevertheless, the architecture of this building has been preserved quite well and upon closer inspection you can see all the grandeur of this structure.

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The entire estate was previously leased to a sanatorium of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine. Due to the deplorable state of the building, excursions were not conducted here.

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F.F.Meltser's house is located in the Crimean resort city of Yalta at the corner of two streets - Sverdlov and Basseynaya. The mansion is named after one of the largest furniture manufacturers in Russia - Fedor Fedorovich Meltser, the son of a St. Petersburg merchant and Prussian lodger F. I. Meltser, who founded the furniture workshop “Melzer F and Co.” around 1867. By the end of the 19th art. it became one of the largest factories in Russia, it was here that furniture was made for the Livadia Palace

Fedor Meltzer received permission for the construction of a two-story residential building in June 1914, at which time construction work began. The construction of the mansion was conducted under the guidance of a civil engineer I. M. Kefeli. The modest building was made in the style of the Renaissance.

In the years 1918-1919. The property of the famous owner of the furniture factory F. Meltzer in Yalta was nationalized, and since then it has been used as buildings for military sanatoriums. In 1941 - 1944 the house housed the Gestapo.

The facades of the building, built at the beginning of the 20th century, are made in the Art Nouveau style with a harmonious combination of elements in the Rococo style. A two-story stone building with a basement, asymmetric and complex in plan. The area in front of the house is lined with monolithic colored mosaic concrete with a geometric pattern. There are recreational areas in front of the main entrance. The design of exteriors is typical for the southern coast of Crimea in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

The house of F.F. Meltzer is a monument of architecture, which is quite well preserved in its original form, even the wooden blinds on the windows have survived. Today it is one of the buildings of the sanatorium of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine (leased).

House F.F. Meltzer

The mansion of the early 20th century, located in the center of Yalta at the intersection of Basseynaya and Sverdlov streets, was nicknamed in memory of the famous furniture manufacturer Melzer, the owner of one of the first Russian furniture manufacturing factories. It was at his enterprise that furniture was made for the world famous palace in Livadia.

Work on the construction of the mansion began in 1914. According to the ideas of the customer and the architect, the building resembles classic Renaissance houses.

After the revolution, the mansion of the manufacturer Meltzer became the property of the state. Since that time, the building has been used as an additional building for various military resorts.

The facade of the building was designed in the Art Nouveau style, interspersed with a number of decorative elements of the classical Rococo style. The building is made of stone and has two floors. In front of the entrance you can see a small area paved with mosaic concrete with multi-colored geometric patterns. Here you can find several places to relax. In general, the exterior is fairly standard for the southern Crimean coast of pre-revolutionary times.

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