The Ikskul-Gildenband house is a lucrative home at Shelkovichnaya Street, 19 - a house belonging to the family of the early 20th century and directly to Baron Vladimir Ikskyul-Gildenband Augustovich. The house was built in 1901 by the architect M. Vishnevsky in a bright Gothic style. The Baron came from an ancient Estland family and was a famous Russian state agent. Initially, the mansion had Gothic wooden spiers, but unfortunately, they burned down during the Second World War. After all, the mansion is called "the gothic house of Kiev". The family coat of arms of the Baron can be seen on the facade of the house.