Alla Pugacheva told what happened to their castle in the village of Gryaz
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During a short stay in Moscow, the singer resolved issues with real estate.
Singer Alla Pugacheva and her husband Maxim Galkin are no longer the owners of the luxurious castle in the village of Gryaz, which the showman has been building for many years. The prima donna of the Russian stage told about this to journalists who surrounded her after the farewell ceremony for Mikhail Gorbachev in the Hall of Columns, Russian media write.
According to the artist, now the castle has been donated to people who lived there when her family was abroad. She did not name names, however, according to information in the press, the eldest grandson of the celebrity Nikita Presnyakov lived there.
The castle in the village of Gryaz, 40 km from Moscow, was built by Galkin and Pugacheva in 2006. Moreover, Maxim himself said that he always dreamed of living in a castle on a hill, so the place was perfect. It is located on a plot of one hectare. The castle, with an area of almost 3,000 sq. meters, contains 6 floors, 20 living rooms (of which only 5 guest bedrooms), freight elevator, underground garage for 4 cars, a greenhouse, a winter garden. On its territory there are two separate houses for servants. The castle also has a swimming pool, a chic library and even a small observatory with telescopes. According to rumors, then the construction cost the family 10 million euros. About one hundred thousand euros were spent on the arrangement of the kitchen alone.
During her month-long stay in Moscow, Pugacheva made a will for another luxurious property – an apartment in Filippovsky Lane with an area of 300 square meters.