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It is a large trade and residential estate in forms of architectural eclecticism with a unique design of ancient domestic constructions: warehouses, zavozny and a stable.
The residential house
The planning and architectural composition of the house mirror the house of T. Savelyev with which it forms the continuous line of building along the southern side of Lenin Street. The exception is made only by replacement of a one-storey addition with the extended in depth shop with a door and two symmetric windows on the facade. The ancient wooden glazed verandah over the side corridor has remained. The plastered facades are topped with the wide boarding wooden cornice and the blind arcading belt on the frieze. The floors are divided on facades by the profiled belt. The corners are marked on the tiers by the paneled pilasters. The coping windows of the ground floor are framed with modest platbands, in the upper floor the arch windows with wide archivolts and panelled platbands are finished by the profiled canopies with pediments. The platbands base on the continuous subwindow draft set back on pilasters. The arch windows are the same in the design of the western gallery of the upper tier.
The house of the owner of gold-mines Zakharov with the glazed western gallery (verandah) and the southern mezzanines in Yeniseisk is a monument of building of the second half of the 19th century, a characteristic example of the trade building with the residential upper floor and facades made in forms of architectural eclecticism; together with other structures forms historical ensemble of the main city street.