Huaide Hall is located on the north side of the west section of Xianbo Lane, facing south and facing the lane. It is a side-entry building with two wells and three bays in the front and rear. It was the residence of Dong Guoju, a Confucian merchant and a good scholar in Liukeng in the late Ming Dynasty. Huaide Hall is a Ming-style mansion with brick and wood structure, also known as "Phoenix Hall" and "Flower Hall". The three characters of "Shangyi Gate" are engraved on the lintel of the entrance, and the brick next to the door is "the door faces the red sun of nine days, and the road leads to the blue sky of thousands of miles". After entering this door, turn right and then enter the main entrance, which is the courtyard of the front hall. There is a brick carving of "Finch Deer Humming Monkey" on the photo wall. The drawing of the photo wall of "Finch Deer Humming Monkey" is simple and natural in style, with round and smooth lines, full of changes in composition, finely crafted parts, virtual and real, thick and thin, simple and gorgeous, organically combined with flowers, birds and animals, natural and vivid , Gu Panyouqing, reflects the superb skills of the painter, and is a treasure in ancient architectural art.