OB: It looked like we'd never find anything like our dream house, and then a friend of ours said, "Come on, Oleg, let's look at another one, the last one". It turned out to be a local pastor's house, built in 1912. Shortly before the end of the war, the pastor and his family left for Germany. At first the building was used as a school, then as a library, then as a kindergarten, and finally it became the seat of the management of the Zalivnoye collective farm. In 1991, the Soviet Union collapsed. The collective farm collapsed too. The house became the property of the well-known photographer Oleg Morozov and his wife in the mid-1990s. After his death, nobody lived there for about a decade.