Courtyard 13, Heizhima Hutong
The courtyard used to contain the residences of Kui Jun, Governor of Sichuan Province and Gu Mengyu, chief of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Inside the gate are 11 rooms in the house facing south. In the second courtyard, there are 8.5 rooms as passage. A partition gate separates the second and third courtyards. The house facing south has three rooms; the east and west side houses have three rooms each. In the fourth courtyard, the east and west side houses have three rooms each. In the fifth courtyard, the house facing south has 7 rooms. To the west of the main gate are three connecting courtyards in a row. The house facing south in the first courtyard has five rooms. Beyond the passage door is the second courtyard, whose south facing house has three rooms, the wings on the left and right have one room each; the side houses in the east and west have three rooms each, all connected by passage corridors. In the third courtyard, the house facing south has five rooms, the side houses in the east and west have one room each. The overall arrangement of the courtyard dwellings is well preserved, especially the unique and delicate engravings and designs on the bricks, stones and wood.