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The Most Luxurious Residence in China Worth 500 Million RMB (Images)

    There is a low-profile luxury residence in Suzhou City, the price could be as high as 500 million RMB per residence. (Image: NTDTV)A hundred-year old Chinese Wisteria, which symbolizes an auspicious energy coming from the east. It is said that the contractor had spent 2 years searching for a Chinese Wisteria in this shape before it was found in Anhui Province. (Image: NTDTV)Customized copper tiles instead of glazed tiles are used to mark the status of the wealthy. (Image: NTDTV)A fancy car is indispensable. (Image: NTDTV)This is the entrance of the house, following the style of “the general’s door.”  It is said that the wood (teak) is imported from South-eastern Asia. The door handle embedded with porcelain presents an elegant taste. (Image: NTDTV)The villa is about 660-4,000 square meters in size. Each villa is enclosed by a garden about 1 acre (667 square meters) in size. Living in it is presumably like living in a royal house in ancient times. (Image: NTDTV)There are spaces for 3 to 9 cars – please note that this is the garage, not the living room. (Image: NTDTV)An indoor swimming pool – I can’t even swim that far! (Image: NTDTV)The tea room – it gives the feeling that we do not need to see any more.  (Image: NTDTV)The red-wine room. Why is it necessary to set up a room to drink red wine? Rich people are hard to understand. (Image: NTDTV)The theater room. (Image: NTDTV)This bathroom might be larger than your house.  (Image: NTDTV)The bedroom – That chandelier. I can’t even breathe right now. (Image: NTDTV)The dining room, takes your breath away. (Image: NTDTV)Decoration with elegant flowers gives a taste of gracefulness. This is the living room of the hostess.  (Image: NTDTV)The host and the hostess have separate living rooms. This is the host’s living room. (Image: NTDTV)Each villa has an individual elevator, how erratic! There are suites and two living rooms in every villa. This is the study room.  (Image: NTDTV)The ornately carved decorations integrate the traditional beauty of Chinese architecture into life. (Image: NTDTV)The gate is 6.5 meters wide, following that of the Forbidden City. (Image: NTDTV)There are three world cultural heritages within 500 meters: the Zhou-zhen Garden, the Shih-tz-lin Garden and the Jhin-hung Canal Suzhou part. It is the only residence in China with a prestige that is second to none. (Image: NTDTV)

    There is a garden in Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province, China, that has been built in the same way as the famous Zhou-Zhen Garden. It is amazing and even has 28 villas hiding within the garden grounds. Have a look at these beautiful images.

    There is a low-profile luxury residence in Suzhou City, the price could be as high as 500 million RMB per residence. (Image: NTDTV)

    There is a low-profile luxury residence in Suzhou City, the price could be as high as 500 million RMB (78.6 million US dollars) per residence. (Image: NTDTV)

    There are three world cultural heritages within 500 meters: the Zhou-zhen Garden, the Shih-tz-lin Garden and the Jhin-hung Canal Suzhou part. It is the only residence in China with a prestige that is second to none. (Image: NTDTV)

    There are three world cultural heritages within 500 meters: the Zhou-zhen Garden, the Shih-tz-lin Garden and the Jhin-hung Canal Suzhou part. It is the only residence in China with a prestige that is second to none. (Image: NTDTV)

    The gate is 6.5 meters wide, following that of the Forbidden City. (Image: NTDTV)

    The gate is 6.5 meters wide, like the gates at the Forbidden City. (Image: NTDTV)

    The ornately carved decorations integrate the traditional beauty of Chinese architecture into life. (Image: NTDTV)

    The ornately carved decorations integrate the traditional beauty of Chinese architecture into life. (Image: NTDTV)

    Each villa has an individual elevator, how erratic! There are suites and two living rooms in every villa. This is the study room. (Image: NTDTV)

    Each villa has an individual elevator. There are suites and two living rooms in every villa. This is the study room. (Image: NTDTV)

    The host and the hostess have separate living rooms. This is the host’s living room. (Image: NTDTV)

    The host and the hostess have separate living rooms. This is the host’s living room. (Image: NTDTV)

    Decoration with elegant flowers gives a taste of gracefulness. This is the living room of the hostess. (Image: NTDTV)

    Decoration with elegant flowers gives a taste of gracefulness. This is the living room of the hostess. (Image: NTDTV)

    The dining room, takes your breath away. (Image: NTDTV)

    The dining room, takes your breath away. (Image: NTDTV)

    The bedroom – That chandelier. I can’t even breathe right now. (Image: NTDTV)

    The bedroom – that chandelier. I can’t even breathe right now. (Image: NTDTV)

    This bathroom might be larger than your house. (Image: NTDTV)

    This bathroom might be larger than your house. (Image: NTDTV)

    The theater room. (Image: NTDTV)

    The theater room. (Image: NTDTV)

    The red-wine room. Why is it necessary to set up a room to drink red wine? Rich people are hard to understand. (Image: NTDTV)

    The red-wine room. Why is it necessary to set up a room to drink red wine? Rich people are hard to understand. (Image: NTDTV)

    The tea room – it gives the feeling that we do not need to see any more. (Image: NTDTV)

    The tea room – it gives the feeling that we do not need to see any more. (Image: NTDTV)

    An indoor swimming pool – I can’t even swim that far! (Image: NTDTV)

    An indoor swimming pool – I can’t even swim that far! (Image: NTDTV)

    There are spaces for 3 to 9 cars – please note that this is the garage, not the living room. (Image: NTDTV)

    There are spaces for 3 to 9 cars – please note that this is the garage, not the living room. (Image: NTDTV)

    The villa is about 660-4,000 square meters in size. Each villa is enclosed by a garden about 1 acre (667 square meters) in size. Living in it is presumably like living in a royal house in ancient times. (Image: NTDTV)

    The villa is about 660-4,000 square meters in size. Each villa is enclosed by a garden about 1 acre (667 square meters) in size. Living in it is presumably like living in a royal house in ancient times. (Image: NTDTV)

    This is the entrance of the house, following the style of “the general’s door.” It is said that the wood (teak) is imported from South-eastern Asia. The door handle embedded with porcelain presents an elegant taste. (Image: NTDTV)

    This is the entrance of the house, following the style of “the general’s door.” It is said that the wood (teak) is imported from South-eastern Asia. The door handle embedded with porcelain presents an elegant taste. (Image: NTDTV)

    A fancy car is indispensable. (Image: NTDTV)

    A fancy car is indispensable. (Image: NTDTV)

    Customized copper tiles instead of glazed tiles are used to mark the status of the wealthy. (Image: NTDTV)

    Customized copper tiles instead of glazed tiles are used to mark the status of the wealthy. (Image: NTDTV)

    A hundred-year old Chinese Wisteria, which symbolizes an auspicious energy coming from the east. It is said that the contractor had spent 2 years searching for a Chinese Wisteria in this shape before it was found in Anhui Province. (Image: NTDTV)

    A hundred-year old Chinese Wisteria, which symbolizes an auspicious energy coming from the east. It is said that the contractor had spent 2 years searching for a Chinese Wisteria in this shape before it was found in Anhui Province. (Image: NTDTV)

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