those who first encounters with the purchase of property, not to get lost in a variety of layouts of apartments in homes is difficult.
most old houses on the secondary market is "Stalinka."To build such housing began in the 40s of the last century.The height of buildings is usually not more than 5 floors and apartments are very spacious.The area of some "dvushek" is about 70 square meters.The ceiling height in the premises quite allows to build on the mezzanine floor and build here the guest bedroom, a cozy room or library.Special attention when buying a home in Stalin's homes should be paid to the overlap, which in any case should not be wooden.Most often they are still concrete.
little later began to emerge five-storey panel or brick houses, which are called "Khrushchev".These buildings dotted with a significant portion of the large cities, as in the 60-ies are actively put into practice the idea of Khrushchev for each family, albeit small, but their homes."Khrushchev" easily recognizable by the very tiny kitchen that barely reaches 6 meters.Hallways in such flats are dark and uncomfortable, and the bathrooms are combined.
Another option apartments from the past - "brezhnevki."Floors in such buildings, usually five or nine.Building improved "Khrushchev", as they were called, began in the same 60 years.The difference between the two types of houses was kitchen area.In Brezhnev's homes she Large Live a little - about 7 square meters.In addition, in contrast to the "Khrushchev" has separate bathroom here.
And finally, "Malosemeika."Most often, a tiny apartment area of not more than 34 "squares" in the nine-storey houses were built.Such housing was provided to young families.Right from the entrance to the apartment opens kitchen, her combined bathroom with hip-bath and living room.Such apartments on the floor could be from 6 to 15.
In modern homes even more planning options, but also the cost of housing is much higher.Often there are studios, lofts, trendy hobby apartments and housing euro-format.In these buildings virtually eliminated all the shortcomings that are inherent in Soviet-era buildings.