This place is primarily oriented to the chinese tourist but you can book into a tour with an english speaking guide which I highly recommend. The architecture and organization of the mansion I found q...
Very beautiful residence, however it may be difficult for people who do not understand Chinese. Lots of signs and videos are in Chinese. The residence is very scenic and good for a 2 hour visit and a ...
this was a huge house but not as we in Australia know it was full of rooms very cold and all stone the gardens where a sight with fish and pond every where felt very peaceful i sat on some rocks and f...
While billionaires of today build ostentatious towers, those of a more refined era built beautiful villas. A guided tour is highly recommended to explain the significance of the many halls, courtyards...
Here only Hu Xueyan's main house and his mother can enter and exit at will, other uncles are not allowed to enter here without approval. The garden is not very big, but the pavilions are the ultimate exquisite.
The former residence of Hu Xueyan is located in Yuanbao Street, Xihu District, Hangzhou City. The appearance is simple, but there is no hole in the inside. This is also the traditional style of Huizhou businessmen.
Although the appearance is simple, the interior decoration and decoration are extremely luxurious. It is said that this mansion took a total of three years to complete. The potted plants, rockeries, small lakes, pavilions, arch bridges and Xuanyuan in the former residence of Hu Xueyan create poetry, and the window glass is Nanyang style.
According to expert appraisal, the original building of Hu Xueyan's former residence was built with precious materials such as ginkgo, nanmu, rosewood, rosewood, araucaria, Chinese eucalyptus, etc. It is estimated that the overall cost is above 500,000 two silver, and only the rockery consumes silver. About 100,000 two. The landscape of this mansion is different in four seasons, and the delicate structure reflects the owner's emotions.
Traffic Tips: Take Bus No. 116, No. 127, No. 216, No. 30 and other bus lines and get off at the Hu Xueyan Former Residence stop.
Opening time: 08
[Let's take a picture of the Chinese paintings of the small people]
"Scattered flowers and fascinating eyes, Asakusa can not have horseshoes" is the most appropriate portrayal of Hangzhou in spring, many people will choose to go to the outskirts of Hangzhou, in fact, Hangzhou City In the backyard of Hu Xueyans former residence, the beautiful scenery of the flowers and pavilions and pavilions is the most charming spring scenery;
Hu Xueyans former residence is the first mansion of the Qing Dynastys giant merchants, and the natural back gardens grass and trees are also carefully The beautiful scenery of the design, the house can often see the girl who likes the ancient style wearing Hanfu to view the scene, even if it is just a plain white skirt, in the twists and turns of the pavilion and pavilion, there is a passing charm to the picture. The yard of the flower season is more Its a Chinese painting, its beautiful.
There are trails on the side of the pool that lead directly to the rockery. There is a small hole under the rockery, and it is a legendary rock cave. The space inside the cave was very wide, because it was too dark and the ground was relatively slippery, so I didn't go any further.
Hu Xueyan’s former residence is located at No. 18 Yuanbao Street, Shangcheng District in Hangzhou. The merchant’s lavish mansion was built in 1872 in typical Ming- and Qing-courtyard style and is divided in half by a central axis, flanked by a courtyard on each side. Guests particularly love the flowing stream and jagged rocky outdoor areas in the gardens within the courtyard residence. The East courtyard is composed Hele Hall, Qingya Hall, and Nanmu Hall. It is currently the residence of the historic site’s caretakers. The West Courtyard is the garden where Hu Xueyan spent much of his time.