The Next Home magazine is excited to bring you the story of the most amazing home ever built, one that was built in the 80s and still stands out as the home that the world hasn’t seen yet.
The house is located in the city of St. Petersburg, Russia and has been home to the owner for nearly 20 years.
The owner, a Russian-American named Andrei Zhukov, lived in the home for a decade, spending much of that time on the farm where he raised goats.
According to the house’s official website, the house has two bedrooms and a bathtub.
This was the home Andrei’s wife bought him after they divorced in 2010.
It was also the home where he was living in 2010 when he and his wife decided to relocate from St. Pete, Florida, to the tiny village of Yuzina in Siberia.
Andrei spent years researching the best place to live in Russia, but when he decided to make the move, he was very wary of getting married in Russia and was forced to live with his parents in the village of Shirovskoye, Russia.
When Andrei moved to Yuzinas village, he had no idea what to expect when he first arrived.
His new home was full of construction equipment, and he didn’t even have a room to himself, so he had to share a room with his mom and dad.
“My mom was always in the kitchen,” Andrei told The Next’s Sarah Seifert.
“She was my cook.
She was the cook in my house.”
Andrei, who was raised in the Soviet Union, told TheNext.com he thought of himself as a Russian and that he never thought about the idea of being an American.
“When I first came to Russia, I didn’t really think of myself as a westerner,” he said.
“I think I was a Russian citizen and had lived there for 10 years.”
The home was built to accommodate Andrei and his family, and it has many of the same elements that you might find in a traditional American home.
It’s made from wood and was constructed with a stone foundation.
“The kitchen was always very traditional and had all the traditional features,” Andreic said.
The first thing Andrei noticed was the ceiling.
“There was a big wooden panel on the ceiling that has a lot of pipes and was the kitchen sink,” Andreiy said.
That was the first thing that he noticed about the house, and his mom was also very aware of what was going on.
Andreiy was told that his mother was a teacher and was a very dedicated cook.
His mother worked for many years at the local elementary school, and when she died Andrei started working there full time.
“As a kid, I was always cooking,” Andreys mom said.
When he moved to the village, Andrei had a very big dream of living in a home with a good kitchen, a clean house and good furniture.
He was never really able to live up to the expectations that he had for his home, and Andrei said that the main reason for his move to Yezina was the fact that his mom had been living there for five years.
“We always talked about living in Yezinas and not being in the Russian village.
It seemed like a good idea at the time,” Andreik said.
Andreis family moved to a new house in a different village, and while the family kept in touch with the old house, Andreis mom had left for a very different house in Siberia, so she never came back.
Andrej’s mother also didn’t return to the old home, but she stayed in contact with her son and his mother.
Andreik told Thenext.com that his parents lived in a village called Ekaterinburg.
“After the move to Yakutsk, I knew that the house I had in Yakutsky was going to be in Yakutsk, and I was going there to look for my parents,” Andrej said.
His family found their old house on a remote highway near Yakutka and was able to find it in Yakuv, a small city in the Siberian wilderness.
When the family moved into their new home, they noticed the kitchen had a small window.
The windows were covered with white plastic that they used to wash dishes and take pictures.
Andreid’s parents would get out of the car and stand in front of the window, taking photos, and the photos would be posted to Andreis family’s Facebook page.
“This is why I decided to take this photo,” Andre said.
One day, Andreiy asked Andrei if he was ready to go back to the Yuzins.
“It was my first time to visit Russia,” Andreis mother told The NEXT.
“You could say that it was my home, my first home.”
Andreiy’s first trip to Russia was to his first trip abroad. He told