An open pilot cockpit was located at the leading edge, while the enclosed cabin was entered through a door on left and seated two passengers in seats facing each other. The main gears could be fitted with wheels, or with skis with rubber springing inside fuselage and Kolchug skids under the wingtips. Powerplant was an 100 hp Bristol Lucifer three-cylinder air-cooled radial engine. First flight was made by N.I. Petrov on May 26, 1924, by the end of the year a further four were built, most had a larger fin and rudder. One aircraft is preserved at the Air Force Museum, Monino, Moscow, Russia.
Span: 34 ft 3.375 in (10.45 m)
Length: 24 ft 11.25 in (7.60 m)
Wing area: 192 sq.ft (17.80 sq.m)
Empty weight: 1,153 lb (523 kg)
Loaded weight: 1,845 lb (837 kg)
Max speed: 106 mph (170 kmh) at sea level
Landing speed: 48 mph (78 kmh)
Climb: to 3,281 ft (1,000 m) 8 min 30 sec
Takeoff run: 1,148 ft (350 m) in 10 sec
Landing run: 492 ft (150 m)
Service ceiling: 10,800 ft (3,300 m)
Range: 435 mls (700 km)
A reconnaissance version with a rear gunner was not built, but one aircraft was modified for the 1930 All-Union contest as ANT-2bis, fitted with a 200 hp Wright radial engine.