Habibi historical house in Khansar city belongs to the late Qajar period. Its construction date is about one hundred ago by Haj Habibollah, a businessman from Khansar.
This beautiful and old house has been dedicated to Hosseiniyah and religious affairs.
This large building is built on two floors and the facade of the walls is made of brick and tile and the roof is made of wood.
Another interesting point of this building is the relief of two lions on the top of a three-door on the second floor of the part of this mansion which is located toward the alley. The embossed design of a clock is placed between the two lions, while a crown is placed on top of the clock.
This building is located in an alley where a large stream from Khansar springs flows.
In the large courtyard of this mansion, there is a beautiful pool.