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I plan to relocate to Moscow in the Spring or Summer of 2009 with my wife and two small children (3 and 13 months). We're interested in living in one of the international townhouse-type compounds. So far I have identified Rosinka, Pokrovsky Hills, Chaika, Syetun, and Serebryany Bor as options we should consider. Are there any others? I have the contact information for the management companies of Rosinka and Syetun, but not the other 3. Could you provide that information, along with any other neighborhood recommendations. Thanks.
John Clason
Dear John,
Thanks much for your inquiry. Other than the international compounds that you mentioned (Rosinka, Pokrovsky Hills, Chaika, Syetun, and Serebryany Bor), there is another I recommend considering called Dubrovka. It is a contemporary cottage settlement located in the south-west region of Kaluzhskoe, just 5km from the MKAD (Moscow Ring Road), which has reasonable commute time to the city center. Mixed forests and a multitude of small streams and ponds give an enchanting atmosphere to the Kaluzhskoe area. Dubrovka is relatively close to the German and British International Schools, as well as shopping centre Mega (IKEA, Auchan, etc.). The compound offers quality 2-5 bedroom townhouses, sizes 155-370 sq.m, with convenient floor layouts. On the territory lies a kindergarten, playgrounds, a fitness and spa centre, tennis courts, restaurants and a barbeque zone. The settlement has property management services and 24-hour professional security. Contact information and additional attachments will be provided to you individually. Best regards,
Paul Nordlund
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