Alla Pugacheva put up for sale her castle in the village of Gryaz for 1 billion rubles

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Alla Pugacheva put up for sale her castle in the village of Gryaz for 1 billion rubles

Now the grandson of the prima donna, Nikita, looks after the estate near Moscow Presnyakov.

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Russian singer Alla Pugacheva decided to sell her famous castle in the village of Gryaz. The price – 1 billion rubles – is more than 16 million dollars. It is not clear whether the castle is being delivered along with antique furnishings, or whether the singer will take something to Israel. Star Hit writes about this.

It was in this luxurious estate that Alla Pugacheva lived with her husband Maxim Galkin and her youngest children since 2006.

Alla Pugacheva put her castle up for sale in the village of Gryaz for 1 billion rubles

Alla Pugacheva put up for sale her castle in the village of Gryaz for 1 billion rubles

The castle in the village of Gryaz, 40 km from Moscow, has six floors, a swimming pool, houses for servants, park and even a small observatory. Then, according to rumors, the construction cost the family 10 million euros.

The castle is furnished with antique furniture and decorated with old tapestries and paintings.

Now Pugacheva's grandson, Nikita Presnyakov, looks after the castle.

Alla Pugacheva herself left Russia with her children, Lisa and Harry. She took the children's documents from school and flew to Israel on a private plane on September 29 from Vnukovo Airport.

Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, Alla Pugacheva, Maxim Galkin and the children left for Israel. She did not talk about her future plans, so her return to Russia came as a surprise.

She wrote several resonant posts on social networks, criticizing Russian propagandists, later asked to be declared a “foreign agent”, as they had previously done with Maxim Galkin. Pugacheva stressed that she is against “the death of guys for illusory goals that make Russia an outcast.”

And still has not commented on her departure. However, it turned out that the 73-year-old prima donna has an Israeli passport and did not book a return ticket. One must think that she will never return to Russia.