The residence consists of four main buildings standing side by side from west to east with a total area of 4,532㎡.
The construction began in the Ming Dynasty. Sitting north and facing south, the house consists of a main building and a parlour with the whole estate sprawling up to 2,321㎡. The main building is divided into three compounds with its gate facing east and linking up to Nanhou Street.
The construction of the residence began in the late Ming Dynasty. It used to be the government office. Guo Baiyin bought it over and renovated it in the year of the reign of Emperor Tong Zhi of the Qing Dynasty.
The house was built in the year of the reign of Emperor Qian Long of the Qing Dynasty, and originally served as the ancestral hall of Yan Family. Later Zou Keming, an overseas Chinese businessman, settled down here. Consisting of two buildings, the house sits on the south and faces the north, sprawling 2,009㎡.
The construction of the residence of Liu Guanxiong started in the year of the reign of Emperor Qian Long, Qing Dynasty. Occupying an area of 1,308㎡, the house consists of two buildings next to each other.
Wang Qi, a brigade commander of the 11th Composite Brigade of the New Army in early 20th century was the owner of the house, which was built in the early Qing Dynasty.
The construction of the house began in the Ming Dynasty. Since then the house had been renovated many times during the reign of Emperor Guang Xu of the Qing Dynasty and in the early Republic era. It covers an area of 2,633㎡.
The building is an example of Qing architecture with a single compound occupying 461㎡. It used to be the back yard of the former residence of Lin Congyi.
The construction began in the Ming Dynasty. Sitting north and facing south, the house is composed of four compounds occupying a total area of 946㎡. In the late Qing Dynasty, Lin Juemin turned it into a newspaper-reading club.
The wooden construction was built in the Qing Dynasty. Facing south, the architecture has four fire-and-wind-proof walls and is divided into four sections with an area of 625square meters. It was announced as an official protection site by Fuzhou Municipal Government in 1991.