Located at 200 Taiyuan Road, the building was formerly the residence of Tang Enbo, a senior general of Kuoming tang, before the liberation. The square-shaped main building has three storeys and it is connected to a two-storey side building on the northwest. There are three bay rooms in the south elevation of the main building and the side two rooms protrude out of the walls. The semi-circular protrusions of the fist and second floors are the terraces of the third floor. Some features of Spanish style can be found on The iron railings decorated with floriations, the small green bars inlaid in the diamond air vents on the walls, the continuous small arches propping the cornices and the salomonicas applied between the windows on the third floor. However, the staircases show Chinese traditional style for the wood stairs and guardrails are made of wood, and some window sashes are adorned by color glass. What's more, the railings and breast boards are connected by engraved patterns.