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Hangzhou historic houses


Hangzhou historic houses are artifacts, buildings, or districts in Hangzhou, China, which have been legally declared to be "protected". According to the "Regulations of historic districts and historic buildings in Hangzhou" effectivated from 1 January 2005, historic buildings are those artifacts or districts that have lasted more than 50 years, and are of significant value for history, science, and art. In Hangzhou, declaring a historic house requires consulting the urban planning administration bureau, and the real estate administration bureau.

As of 31 June 2011, there were 287 declared historic buildings in Hangzhou, proclaimed in 5 batches. In the near future the sixth batch will be issued, which includes 51 historic houses.[needs update]

The following information has been sourced from the Real Estate Administration Bureau in Hangzhou, the Research Institute for Historic Buildings in Hangzhou, and the Hangzhou Memory website.

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First batch


75 buildings were declared to be the first batch of historic houses in Hangzhou, May 2004.

No. Name Notes/References Photographs
LSJZ1-1 Yuanmaoli Contemporary Building Cluster Constructed between 1911 and 1949, they are three stone-arched gate houses with plain-brick structures in parallel, marked as Maoyuanli Alley 1, Alley 2 and Alley 3. They are representatives of the Shikumen alleys of contemporary Hangzhou.[1]
LSJZ1-2 Jiang’s Mansion Constructed in the late 1920s, it was the former residence of Jiang Yizhi, the official and businessman in the Republican era. It is a four-story building including underground floor with five rooms in parallel. The building is of typical Western style.[1]
LSJZ1-3 The Old Site of Shi Guan Yin Ge Temple Constructed in the Qing dynasty, it is of Chinese traditional rectangular courtyard. The building is the representative of the small-size temples of Hangzhou in the late Qing dynasty.[1]
LSJZ1-4 The Former Site of Xianning Temple Constructed in the Five Dynasties period, it is one of the famous temples in the area of Banshan. The temple was reconstructed between 1911 and 1949.[1]
LSJZ1-5 Villa at 30, Jiaochang Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story villa with slope-roof in brick-stone structure, the typical villa style.[1]
LSJZ1-6 Hongmenju Villa Cluster It is made up of three buildings, marked as Hongmenju 65, 66, 67. The building 65 was Constructed between 1911 and 1949, while the building 66, and 67 were built afterward.[1]
LSJZ1-7 Yiyun Jilu Villa Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a three-story villa featuring a blending of the Chinese and the Western styles, also named Mingjian Lou.[1]
LSJZ1-8 Civilian Residence at 78, Kaiyuan Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a typical civilian residence in wood and brick-clad with slope roof.[1]
LSJZ1-9 Double-sword Building Constructed in the 1930s, it is a two-story Western-style villa with three rooms in parallel.[1]
LSJZ1-10 Villa at 6, Jiurenhecun Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is two-story brick-stone structured villa with slope-roof, the typical villa style at that time.[1]
LSJZ1-11 Villa at 9, Jiurenhecun Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a masonry-lined villa, also named Kelu.[1]
LSJZ1-12 Civilian Residence at 26, Shiwukui Alley Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story building in timber structure and a typical traditional civilian residence in Hangzhou.[1]
LSJZ1-13 Civilian Residence at 31, Shiwukui Alley Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a building in timber structure with a courtyard.[1]
LSJZ1-14 Civilian Residence at 32-33, Shiwukui Alley Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story building in timber structure with a back courtyard. It is the typical traditional civilian residence in Hangzhou.[1]
LSJZ1-15 Civilian Residence at 66, Yuanbaoxin Constructed in the Qing dynasty, it is a two-story building in wood and brick-clad. It was a Buddhist nunnery. Now it serves as a civilian residence.[1]
LSJZ1-16 Civilian Residence at 5, Cuijia Alley Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a civilian residence in timber structure with slope roof. It consists of two halls.[1]
LSJZ1-17 Civilian Residence at 16, Youdian Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story brick-stone building with delicate slope-roofs.[1]
LSJZ1-18 Qiu’s Mansion Constructed in the 1930s by the Qius, it is a blue-brick building with traditional roof, exquisite brick carvings on the top of the wall, and round corridor in the east port of the villa.[1]
LSJZ1-19 Yi Lu Villa Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a civilian residence villa made up of two parallel parts and two halls. The outside of the villa is in plain-brick. By the eastern wall corner stands a stone tablet engraved with Yilujie.[1]
LSJZ1-20 Xueshifang Villa Cluster Constructed between 1911 and 1949, they were 4 brick-stone structured villas in steel color. Today only two of the four on the east part still remain.[1]
LSJZ1-21 Civilian Residence at 3, Xueshi Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a building with two-story colonnades, featuring a blending of Chinese and the Western styles.[1]
LSJZ1-22 Building at 8, Yuewangxincun Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a three-story building with slope-roof and plain-brick. There is a garden for the first floor residence.[1]
LSJZ1-23 Civilian Residence at 16-1, Huanchenglu Road (E) Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story building with three halls and four parts in parallel. There are two old wells in the yard of the building.[1]
LSJZ1-24 Villa at 37, Anji Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story Western-style villa. Its wall is constructed from greenish bricks and the floor, stairs, armrests, balusters, windows and doors are constructed from wood.[1]
LSJZ1-25 Villa at 35, Anji Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story Western style villa with an attic featuring slope- roof. The building has one layer in the width of 10m. Its wall is constructed from greenish bricks.[1]
LSJZ1-26 Civilian Residence at Mashijie Street The building marked as Mashijie 175, 176 and 177 is a three-story villa with slope-roof, in brick-and-concrete structure. They are constructed between 1911 and 1949.[1]
LSJZ1-27 Civilian Residence at 226, Yan’an Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story Western-style villa with slope-roof, and brick-and-concrete structure.[1]
LSJZ1-28 Civilian Residence of the Qing dynasty Constructed in the Qing dynasty, it is a two-story building with slope-roof and in timber structure. There are wood carvings, square posts and pillar stones.[1]
LSJZ1-29 Civilian Residences in Yonganli Alley Constructed between 1911 and 1949, they are two-story buildings in wood and brick-clad. There are many dormer windows with various sizes.[1]
LSJZ1-30 约园 [1]
LSJZ1-31 The Buildings of Hangzhou Normal College for Preschool Education Constructed in 1953, these three-story brick-concrete buildings of shape L, marked with 1 through No.3, form a triangle layout.[1]
LSJZ1-32 National Warehouse of Silk Constructed in 1951, these four three-story wood and brick-clad buildings are in plain-brick style.[1]
LSJZ1-33 Sichengtang Church Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is one of the earliest and largest Christian churches in Hangzhou. It features the blending of the Chinese and the Western styles. To honor the first Chinese clerk Zhang chengzhai, the church is named after Sichengtang.[1]
LSJZ1-34 The Former Residence of Huang Fu Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story Western-style villa. Its former owner was Huang Fu, an important Kuomintang official in China.[1]
LSJZ1-35 The Former Residence of Guo Linshuang Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a Western style two-story villa in wood and brick-clad. It was the residence of Guo Linshuang, a well-known entrepreneur in Shanghai.[1]
LSJZ1-36 双庙 [1]
LSJZ1-37 The Former Site of Zhejiang Telecommunications Bureau It is one of the few remaining representative public works constructed between 1911 and 1949 in Hangzhou.[1]
LSJZ1-38 The Former Site of Postal Service Bureau of Zhejiang Province Constructed between 1911 and 1949, the building features British classical style. It is one of the earliest public buildings that remain in Hangzhou.[1]
LSJZ1-39 Memorial Pavilion to Dr. Sun Yat-sen [1]
LSJZ1-40 Dengxin Alley Building Cluster Constructed between 1911 and 1949, the four buildings of different shapes are standing in parallel. They were owned by Wang Zhennan, the cousin of Chiang Kai-shek - the former president of the Republic of China.[1]
LSJZ1-41 Civilian Residences at 43, Liangdaoshan Constructed between 1911 and 1949, the building has a small garden hosting a stone tablet of Zhezhongyilu engraved in 1893 during the reign of the Guangxu Emperor.[1]
LSJZ1-42 The Former Site of Ma’nao Temple The temple was constructed in 946 A.C., destroyed by the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, and renovated at the end of the Qing dynasty. It is the representative temple garden in Hangzhou.[1]
LSJZ1-43 Villa at 6, Shihan Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, the three-story villa is with plain bricks and red wooden windows. Now it serves as a residential building.[1]
LSJZ1-44 Villa at 182, Nanshan Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it was a four-story structure in plain-brick style. When the building was renovated, the wall was painted green, hence also named Green Villa afterward.[1]
LSJZ1-45 Villa at 214, Nanshan Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story villa with slope-roof and in plain-brick style.[1]
LSJZ1-46 Villa at 210, Nanshan Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story villa with slope-roof and in plain-brick style.[1]
LSJZ1-47 Villa at 206, Nanshan Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story villa with slope-roof and in plain-brick style.[1]
LSJZ1-48 Villa at 204, Nanshan Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story villa with slope-roof and in plain-brick style.[1]
LSJZ1-49 Heng Lu Villa Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a three-story villa with slope-roof and in plain-brick style.[1]
LSJZ1-50 The Former Residence of Mao Yisheng Constructed in the 1930s, it is a two-story brick villa with slope-roof and in plain-brick style, featuring a blending of the Chinese and the Western styles.[1]
LSJZ1-51 Xing Lu Villa Constructed in the early Republican era, also named Zhuyinlou, it is an imitiation of Western-style villa.[1]
LSJZ1-52 Yuxiu Buddhist Nunnery Constructed in early Republic of China, it was a private Buddhist nunnery.[1]
LSJZ1-53 Baoqing Villa Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a three-story Western-style building villa in wood and brick-clad. It served as the fourth pavilion of the Industry Hall of the West Lake Expo in 1929.[1]
LSJZ1-54 Wang’s Mansion Situated against hills and facing the West Lake, it is one of the outstanding representative buildings of contemporary China. It was constructed between 1911 and 1949, and features a blending of the Chinese and the Western styles.[1]
LSJZ1-55 Chunrun Lu Villa Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a villa consisting of two Western-style buildings.[1]
LSJZ1-56 Run Lu Villa Situated against hills and beside the West Lake, it is a two-story villa with 10m-wide rooms Constructed between 1911 and 1949.[1]
LSJZ1-57 The Former Site of Zhaoxian Temple The temple was constructed in the Tang dynasty but destroyed at the end of the Yuan dynasty. In the 15th year of the reign of the Kangxi Emperor in the Qing dynasty, Qigang, a Buddhist monk collected alms and rebuilt the temple. It is a traditional Chinese big-roof temple with three palaces.[1]
LSJZ1-58 Xi Lu Villa Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a villa with a builtiful garden. The villa is made up of two buildings. The front one is a traditional big-roof villa with three rooms in parallel. The stairs at the back of the Villa lead to another two-story Western-style villa in wood and brick-clad with three rooms in parallel.[1]
LSJZ1-59 Jiyi Villa Constructed in1930s, it is a two-story Western-style building in wood and brick-clad.[1]
LSJZ1-60 Pan’s Mansion Also named Yi Lu, it is a two-story villa in brick-stone structure constructed between 1911 and 1949.[1]
LSJZ1-61 Villa at 76, Beishan Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story masonry-lined villa with traditional slope-roof.[1]
LSJZ1-62 Sui Lu Villa It is also known as Bao’s Mansion. With the stone drum bench in the courtyard and the blue-brick archway at the entrance, the building features Chinese Linnan style.[1]
LSJZ1-63 Villa at 95, Beishan Road It was constructed between 1911 and 1949. The layout is square. It features big-slope roof and small tiles.[1]
LSJZ1-64 The Old Site of Jiuzhizhai Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a 2-3 story Western-style building in wood and brick-clad. Jiuzhizhai was founded in 1925, known as one of the “Three Zhais and Two Hes” food stores in Hangzhou.[1]
LSJZ1-65 The Old Site of Baodashen Constructed in the early 19th century, it is a two-hall building and is symmetric in its layout on the longitudinal axis.[1]
LSJZ1-66 The Former Residence of Wu Jingzhai Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it was the residence of Wu Jingzhai, a well-known figure of the old-style Chinese private banking services between the end of the Qing dynasty and the beginning of the Republic of China in Hanghzou.[1]
LSJZ1-67 The Former Site of Zhongde Maternity Clinic Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story traditional compound in wood and brick-clad with three halls and two courtyards.[1]
LSJZ1-68 The Former Site of Zhuyangxin Plaster Store Constructed in the Qing dynasty, it is a two-story building in timber structure. Zhuyangxin Plaster Store was founded 400 years ago during the reign of the Wanli Emperor in the Ming dynasty.[1]
LSJZ1-69 The Contemporary Building of Huimin Road It is a three-story brick-stone structured villa with slope-roof, the typical villa style between 1911 and 1949.[1]
LSJZ1-70 孩儿巷98号民居 [2]
LSJZ1-71 The Former Residence of Du Yuesheng Constructed between 1911 and 1949, its main body is a two-story building in wood and brick-clad. It was the former residence of Du Yuesheng, a notorious mob boss in Shanghai in the 1920s and 1930s.[2]
LSJZ1-72 Pu Ti Jing She The villa was Constructed in 1926, featuring in wood and brick-clad, the typical buildings of contemporary China.[2]
LSJZ1-73 Villa at 18, Geling Road Also named Le Lu, it is constructed between 1911 and 1949.[2]
LSJZ1-74 Ru Lu Villa Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it was owned by Lin Jiuru, the general manager of Zengyu Material Store in Shanghai, hence named Ru Lu Villa.[2]
LSJZ1-75 Villa at 61, Pinghai Road Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a two-story villa, also named Shi Lu.[2]

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Third batch


Fourth batch


Fifth batch


See also


Media related to Hang Zhou historic houses at Wikimedia Commons

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