What are the styles of the luxury houses of the stars? It turns out that it is not only a trench but also very particular.


What are the styles of the luxury houses of the stars? It turns out that it is not only a trench but also very particular.

  Original title: Star Mansion Award

  Author: yang

  Like the rich, stars buy luxury houses not only for ostentation and extravagance, but also for preserving the value of assets. However, when stars who create roles in the play buy luxury houses outside the play, their roles and past will be dramatically projected on the selected luxury houses.

  "Ruyi" and her quadrangle

  From the famous work Suzhou Creek, in the next 20 years, Zhou Xun was a princess staring blankly at the mask of Kunlun slaves outside Daming Palace, a Lin Huiyin who was boating on Cambridge, a Xiaowei who was looking for love in the painted skin, a Li Mi who kept asking questions on the overpass, and a Jiu-Er who was wearing a red Chinese-style chest covering in a green gauze tent. Eventually, she became the queen of Yi Kun Palace and turned the Forbidden City into a besieged city.

  On the screen, she plays the role of chasing love. By the way, she became the first "Grand Slam" winner of the Golden Statue, Golden Horse, Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers in the Chinese film industry. Probably, she was too deeply involved in the play. In reality, Zhou Xun has always been a "baby in love". From the age of 19, she came to Beijing to develop. This city allowed her to meet her successive boyfriends until she married Gao Shengyuan. She also left her own mark in this city-she bought more. The three-bedroom and two-bedroom apartment bought in MOMA, Wanguocheng, Dongzhimen, although the unit price of this apartment has exceeded 100,000 yuan per square meter, it is still a bit crude for Zhou Xun, where the annual income has remained above 60 million.

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  When you are in love in Beijing, you should also have the "most Beijing" residence, and the representative of Beijing residence is the Forbidden City and the quadrangle. There are more than 70 palaces and 9,000 houses in the Forbidden City, which are arranged in a square area in an orderly way, and Zhou Xun’s "Ru Yi" lives in it. The quadrangle with a history of more than 3,000 years up to now is as tight and closed as a besieged city, and it pays attention to entering several courtyards. Although the area and level of the Forbidden City and the quadrangle are far from each other, they are in common in essence and pay attention to symmetry. Some people say that the Forbidden City is the largest quadrangle in Beijing.

  In the play, Ruyi lived in the Yi Kun Palace, and outside the play, Zhou Xun lived in the quadrangle. According to media reports, in 2013, Zhou Xun bought a single-family courtyard house in Nanluoguxiang, not far from the North Gate of the Forbidden City. Covering an area of nearly 600 square meters, it has 13 rooms. The interior of the quadrangle is antique, and the alley in front of the courtyard can accommodate a large RV, with a separate garage on the side. Although there are no high-rise buildings around the Second Ring Road in Beijing to spy on, the quadrangle wall in Zhou Xun is still nearly 4 meters high, which is much higher than that of other residents. The walls around the courtyard are even with neighbors, and the higher part is blocked by glass or iron net, which not only ensures the unity of height, but also ensures the lighting of neighbors. This quadrangle is Zhou Xun’s own "Little Forbidden City".

  It cost nearly 90 million yuan to start this quadrangle, and now it has risen to 200 thousand yuan per square meter, with a total price of 120 million yuan.

  The old villa in the "small age"

  If quadrangles are the most Beijing-style buildings, the representative of Shanghai-style buildings is the old villa in the garden.

  Shanghai has a variety of struggle history, just like this city has a variety of houses. In 2001, Jing M.Guo came to Shanghai from Zigong, a small town, to participate in the New Concept Composition Competition. When he came out of the People’s Square subway station, he saw the whole of Shanghai off guard. He wrote in his book: I want to be here.

  When studying at Shanghai University, Jing M.Guo was careful to eat a bowl of steamed eggs in the canteen and drink a cup of bubble tea. "I can’t drink it every day. If I drink it every day, I won’t have money to buy shoes. Because I only brought two pairs of shoes to Shanghai, and they are all summer shoes. In winter, my feet are cold and painful. " As a film and television art engineering major, he needed to buy a laptop and a DV for making short films, which became the first hurdle he encountered. Jing M.Guo’s mother was a local bank clerk and his father worked in a state-owned chemical plant. Such family conditions were comfortable in a small town, but the expenses in Shanghai taught him a lesson.

  He began to write crazily, trying to change his destiny with the keyboard, and he became a veritable "keyboard man". Since 2007, he has ranked first in the rich list of Chinese writers for three consecutive years, and he finally let himself live a life in Tiny Times.

  In 2011, Jing M.Guo once again ranked first in the rich list of Chinese writers with a copyright income of 24.5 million yuan. Just one day in the early spring of this year, Jing M.Guo drove past an old villa in Wuning Road, Jing ‘an District, Shanghai. This old villa was an old house of Wang Jingwei, which consisted of three townhouses. After ten years, under a plane tree, he seemed to find the shock of the moment when he walked out of the subway station. He immediately asked his assistant to inquire about the condition of the house. After contacting the seller, he bought the old villa with the full amount of 50 million yuan. Jing M.Guo had several luxury houses in Shanghai, all of which were bought in the name of his company, but this villa was bought by him in his private name.

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  As soon as the house was transferred, Jing M.Guo applied to Jing ‘an Bureau of Soil and Resources for the overhaul and reconstruction of the villa. After renovation, the first villa became a private library and audio-visual room in Jing M.Guo, filled with books and movies collected from all over the world in Jing M.Guo. A small carefully carved garden connects the second villa.

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  The first floor is the reception room, the second floor is Jing M.Guo’s office, and the third floor is his bedroom and cloakroom, which has become the most exposed area of this villa. The third villa is the office of Jing M.Guo’s most cosmopolitan culture. Today, the valuation of this villa has exceeded 200 million, and it has become one of the most important labels in Jing M.Guo.

  As written in Jing M.Guo’s novels, his villa was full of luxury goods. The moment he was interviewed in his own villa, the inferiority that the city had brought him was gone forever.

  Villa next to Humble Administrator’s Garden

  Some people cure inferiority through conquest, while others cure inferiority through regression.

  In 1980, 15-year-old Carina Lau left the alley near Suzhou Art Garden with his parents and went to live in Hong Kong. When she first arrived in Hong Kong, she felt like a clown from a circus.

  Carina Lau chose her own way to fight against her instinctive inferiority. At the age of 17, she took the Hong Kong wireless training class entrance examination with her accumulated artistic skills in Suzhou Cultural Palace. Although she failed to pass the exam because Cantonese was not up to standard two years ago, Carina Lau’s stubbornness and persistence moved Fanggang Liu, the president of the wireless training class, and made an exception to let her enter the wireless artist training class. Since then, she has entered the entertainment industry.

  Without the beauty of Michele Monique Reis and Rosamund Kwan, the amorous feelings of Chingmy Yau and Joey Wong, and the excellent acting skills of Maggie Cheung, Carina Lau perfectly explained that persistence is more important than hard work. After six nominations, she finally became the winner, not just the wife of the man who won the most Best Actor.

  Since becoming famous, Carina Lau has tried to invest, and her first choice is to buy a house. Thanks to her Bole Fanggang Liu, "He taught me to save money when I earn money, never speculate, and never buy stocks, just buy a house. In short, save money to pay the first payment, and then force yourself to pay slowly. " Fanggang Liu believes that an actor’s only investment is home ownership, and other businesses can’t compete with others. His views have influenced Carina Lau.

  Carina Lau, once known as the "North Sister" in Hong Kong’s entertainment circle, is also different from other Hong Kong actresses in choosing luxury houses. Her house in Shanghai has unique decoration taste.

  More importantly, she set her eyes on her hometown. Suzhou girl who walked out of Suzhou Garden Art Garden finally chose to return to Suzhou Garden.

Zhuozheng villa 

  In 2007, Carina Lau chose Zhuozheng Villa next to Suzhou Humble Administrator’s Garden, which is said to be the only property in China that needs the approval of the national, provincial and municipal cultural relics bureaus. There are three world cultural heritages within 500 meters of the villa: Humble Administrator’s Garden, Lion Forest and Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal. There are only 28 villas with an area of 600-4000 square meters. The overall planning refers to the Humble Administrator’s Garden next door, overlooking it from the air, and merging with the Humble Administrator’s Garden next to it. Each villa has its own private garden. The highest price is 500 million yuan. It is said that the villa in Carina Lau is named "Ling Chia Garden".

  Big brother’s Huizhou residents

  Carina Lau is not the only one who likes the characteristic folk houses in his hometown. Jackie Chan, who stood side by side with Carina Lau to protest against the bad media after the East Weekly incident in 2002, also likes his hometown architecture. The movie A Tale of Three Cities tells the love story of Charles and Lee-Lee Chan, an Anhui policeman, and Chen Yuerong, a legendary woman, who spans three cities. The prototype of the hero is Jackie Chan’s parents.

  Twenty-six years ago, in order to let his parents enjoy their old age in the environment of Anhui hometown, Jackie Chan began to gradually start Huizhou architecture. His collection of ten Huizhou wooden buildings, including halls, stages and pavilions, is the essence of China architectural art. Among the 10 ancient buildings, 7 are ancient houses and ancient stage in Ming and Qing Dynasties, with a history of about 200 to 400 years. Most of them are made of rare tree species such as rosewood, which has high artistic value and is worth hundreds of millions.

In 2018, Jackie Chan appeared in Anhui Province to inspect Huizhou ancient dwellings, and conducted on-the-spot investigation before the acquisition, and the ancient buildings were exposed internally.  

  If most of the star’s mansion is "dead", then Jackie Chan’s mansion is "alive". The Huizhou architecture in Jackie Chan’s collection was originally a brick-wood structure. The wooden structure on it was transported from Anhui to Hong Kong by the method of assembly and disassembly. The brick part is relatively heavy and can be discarded. After the land is selected, the local bricks can be used to build walls, and this Huizhou architecture will come back to life in other places.

  It’s a pity that the son wanted to raise and didn’t stay with his relatives. His parents died one after another within ten years, so Jackie Chan hoped to donate these houses that were idle in the warehouse to feed termites. In 2003, he wanted to donate these old houses to the Hong Kong government for exhibition purposes, but there was no result because of the land allocation problem. In 2010, he wanted to donate his old house back to the Anhui government, but he didn’t get a clear reply. In desperation, Jackie Chan donated four of the buildings to Singapore University of Science and Technology Design, which responded quickly. Once the news was announced, it caused an uproar.

  Bai Yansong asked him, "Why donate it to Singapore? There are plenty of places on the mainland, Huangshan and Zhejiang, don’t they all wave to you? " Jackie Chan explained: "Now wave to me, not before, I tried before, but I didn’t implement it."

  Jackie Chan’s public appeal aroused the whole society’s attention to ancient buildings. In the end, these four ancient Huizhou buildings returned to Anhui and took root in the place where their parents once lived. Jackie Chan also kept his lines in "Zodiac": "No one can take people’s cultural relics from other countries and put them in their own museums!

  Kung fu emperor’s Shanghai mansion

  When he entered Shichahai Sports School at the age of 8, Jet Li began his career as a martial arts athlete and his journey as a winner in life. Shaolin Temple, the first film starring in 1982, set a box office record of 161 million yuan with an average ticket price of 10 cents. When he came to Hong Kong for development, he earned HK$ 15 million for his works such as Huang Feihong and Fang Shiyu. After he entered the United States in 1998, he started with a salary of US$ 500,000, and once became the first Chinese movie star in Hollywood with a salary of US$ 15 million.

  Rich people and celebrities in Hong Kong prefer to buy land and build buildings in Repulse Bay, Deep Water Bay, Peak and Mid-levels. In mainland China, it is usually impossible to simply copy this model because of policies and other reasons. The luxury houses of mainland stars are mostly finished commercial houses in essence.

  In 1994, Shanghai Pudong was just developed, and the whole Pudong was in full swing. The focus of development was still around Lujiazui. Jet Li, who had been immersed in Hong Kong for many years, talked and laughed with various real estate tycoons. It was like opening a God’s perspective. He got a rectangular plot with an area of more than 400 mu through legal lease in Huamu Road, Pudong, which was still a vegetable field at that time.

Tomson Golf Course  

  Afterwards, it was proved that this investment was quite wise. Soon, Tomson Golf Villa Phase I and Tomson Golf Course began to be built opposite to Jet Li’s "own vegetable field", and the value of Jet Li plot rose. Around 1997, Jet Li sold nine-tenths of the whole plot to Li Ka-shing, the richest man in Hong Kong who was eager to embrace the mainland at that time. Li Ka-shing’s "Hehuang" real estate developed the Shanghai top villa "Four Seasons Yayuan" on the nine-tenths plot. Jet Li chose to keep one-tenth of the land in the southeast corner with the best location. This plot later became Jet Li’s "home" in Shanghai.

  In 2003, Jet Li sold his luxury house in Los Angeles for $5 million, ready to settle in his wife Nina Li Chi’s hometown of Shanghai. He moved his luxury house in the United States to Shanghai as it was, and in fact, the scale of the final construction even exceeded that of American houses.

  At the northwest corner of the intersection of Huamu Road and luoshan road in Pudong, there are three white villas with a building area of more than 5,000 square meters, including a three-and-a-half-story villa and two two-story villas. The basement is divided into two floors, the first floor is a parking lot for 10 cars, and the second floor is equipped with a cinema, badminton court, fitness room, chess room and sauna. The "Buddhist Temple" in Jet Li is set in a separate building.

  Jet Li’s mansion is dominated by European classical court style, with all the walls made of pure white and light black frosted marble, and the courtyard has both European-style fountains and pavilions and Chinese-style gardens.

  No matter from the construction process and geographical location, this house with a market value of more than 1 billion can be regarded as the first mansion in China, but it’s a pity that Jet Li, who is bent on Buddhism, doesn’t like mansions and loves Buddhist temples, and the first mansion has become a dormitory for security guards and nannies.


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