Olympic gold medalist shows rare glimpse into her lavish $243 million HK manor

7 July 2016 / 3 months 3 weeks ago

Chinese Olympic gold medalist Guo Jingjing and her husband, Hong Kong businessman Kenneth Fok, will both be starring in the upcoming third season of The Amazing Race: China Rush.

The couple, both extremely private people, allowed the crew to film in their house as they do interviews for the show, reports JayneStarz.

Their mansion, also known as the “Stone Manor”, is located in Sassoon Road, Hong Kong Island.

The luxury home, built in 1930, was previously owned by the late Loke Wan Tho, a Singaporean business magnate.

The Foks’ Stone Manor covers an area of 3,000 square meters and is estimated to cost approximately $1.4 billion HKD (SGD$243,563,124) in the market.

It overlooks the beach in Hong Kong Island, overseeing the views of the East Lamma Channel and Lantau Island.

Two stone lions guard the main entrance to their property, and a wall of green vines surround the manor in a perimeter.

Situated next to the mountains and the sea, the manor is at an excellent feng shui location.

Jingjing, who won six Olympic medals during her diving career, married Kenneth in November 2012 after eight years of dating.

They welcomed their first child, a son, in August 2013.

The third season of The Amazing Race will premiere on Friday, July 8.

The season will also feature pop singer Vanness Wu, TV host Jin Xing, and Olympic gold medalist Liu Xiang.

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