This house give the phrase ‘real estate heaven’ another meaning.
The bizarre building has a pair of two-storey red villas perched on top of a grey building – attached by eight large concrete pillars.
The pair of villas in Dongguan, China, can be accessed from the original building by the back.
According to neighbours, the architectural anomaly has been in place for years and is owned by a Hong Kong businessman who has family in the area.
Chinese planning officials confirmed the owner had permission to build on top of the dull grey building – but the finished results looked markedly different from the original blueprints he had submitted.
This ‘chateau in the clouds’ is just another addition to the growing list of illegal structures in China.
Last month the owner of a fake mountaintop villa built on top of a 26-storey tower block was ordered to leave the property in Beijing.
And an impressive temple-like structure on an apartment block in Shenzhen, which was criticised by neighbours, has also received worldwide attention.
Hmmm, na wa oooh…. Make dem come cee better illegal structure for here na..
Anyways I think its a nice one.
Its Parker baby