Tai Fu Tai Mansion
It was probably built in 1865 in the reign of the Qing Dynasty. It was built as a residence by Man Chung-luen (文頌鑾) whose ancestors had settled in San Tin since the 15th century.
The building is richly embellished with spacious grounds; a large open space in front and a garden at the back. The whole mansion is surrounded by a green-brick wall. It is a fine example of traditional Chinese dwellings of the scholar-gentry class.
- How surveyors use 3D Laser Scanning Technology in digital recording of structures, The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (issued on 17 January 2007)
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