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Close-up of an ancient villa of more than 1,000 square meters in Hanoi, which has been paid for hundreds of billions and still does not sell

Close-up of an ancient villa of more than 1,000 square meters in Hanoi, which has been paid for hundreds of billions and still does not sell - 1

At 172 Quan Thanh Street (Ba Dinh, Hanoi) there is a small path sandwiched between two high-rise buildings, this passage is short but leads into a space that is almost completely separate from the hustle and bustle of the city. , it’s an old house more than 100 years old.

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Appeared on the popular TV series “The season of fallen leaves in the garden” premiered in 2001; used to be a famous check-in destination for young people when part of the house was used as a garden cafe… but few people know, the special construction history of this house.

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The villa is hundreds of years old and still retains the old architecture.

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According to research, the first owner of the villa was Ngo Van Phu, a Vietnamese architect. Mr. Phu is also the person who designed and built this house by himself.

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Around 1940, after going to France to settle down, Mr. Phu sold the villa to the “boss” of the printing industry Vu Dinh Hien – the owner of the famous Vinh Thinh printing factory (formerly located on Lo Duc street) for a while.

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After Mr. Hien’s death, villa 172 Quan Thanh was divided among 10 children, each of them a part of the house. Up to now, the extended family including children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren… are still living together on the campus of 1000m2.

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Due to the desire to have their own living space, family members divided the land into several parts, the structure of the house also changed a lot.

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After more than 100 years of construction, the house basically retains the old architecture with red tile roofs, yellow walls, a system of many arched windows. In addition, there are still many embossed patterns on the wall.

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After dividing it into many parts, the owner built a few more details

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Two facades including the main gate located on Quan Thanh street and the side gate behind the house facing Truc Bach lake are used for business.

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Ancient lines with embossed motifs on the outside of the house are still intact.

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The large garden area, filled with trees, was formerly used for a coffee shop business.

Close-up of an ancient villa of more than 1,000 square meters in Hanoi, which has been paid for hundreds of billions but still does not sell - 14

According to Kim Khanh, the family’s daughter-in-law, in the past, the front yard of the villa had 3 very large and beautiful old orchids, in the fall of the leaves, the yellow color of the orchid leaves filled the yard creating a beautiful scene. Poetic, pleasant. However, up to now, 3 orchids have no longer to give up the land area for other uses.

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Khanh also added that all family members, regardless of their generation, love the house and want to preserve the typical architecture and culture here. Therefore, despite being asked many times to buy at a “terrible” price, no one agreed to sell.

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It is known that if calculated according to the market price, each m2 of land on Quan Thanh street is worth about 500 – 600 million VND/m2. Thus, if the total area is added, the value of this villa can be valued at about 600 billion VND.

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