Taohuayuan: A Paradise in China

 

Ready to meet the most expensive luxury house in China,which millionaires could be looking forward to purchasing and living inside? Here is Taohuayuan, which means Utopia, or Peach Blossom Land in Chinese.  The magnificent property is located on a private island, and its $154 million worth, it’s the highest luxury listing in China of all time.


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Xiangshanbang Traditional Architectural and Building Skills companies were responsible for every single stone that is used in the construction of this gorgeous property. The house has been constructed in 3 years in the style of a traditional Chinese home with upturned roofs and a courtyard-style layout including deluxe 32 bedrooms, perfectly designed 32 baths, and a fascinating garden inside of this palatial home with its breathtaking landscape of Suzhou’s Dushu Lake. It is located on the south shore of the lake which has the most beautiful view of it.

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“It is so far the highest luxury listing we have in China,” Jim Hao, the vice chairman of Beijing Sotheby’s International Realty said.

The impressive view of enormous house welcome the visitors. It’s unique with its all furniture and pieces. Moreover, the garden arouses a mystic atmosphere along its stones, trees, and blossoms.

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Every sunset will be celebrated in this terrace. This glamorous house is waiting for its fortunate purchaser, with its all stunning furniture, colors, and pieces.

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