Yup, WAS .... it's been ripped down
The rest of the neighbourhood in the Xiayangzhang village had been flattened by authorities building a major highways link to a new railway station on the outskirts of the city of Wenling in Zhejiang province, accommodating China's super speed trains.
Motorists were reportedly driving around the property, which had become the latest symbol of resistance by Chinese homeowners against officials accused of offering unfair compensation.
But Xiayangzhang village chief Chen Xuecai said the house was bulldozed after the couple agreed to accept compensation of 260,000 yuan, or £26,000.
Mr Chen said Mr Luo voluntarily agreed to the deal.
The pictures of the 'motorway home' in its unique location were posted across the internet.
Chen Xuecai claimed one reason for Mr Luo's decision was the media attention the l
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