Tabatabaei House is a historic house in Kashan, Iran. It was built in the early 1880s for the affluent Tabatabaei family.
his 5,000 square-meters house is designed around an open central courtyard, which features a large pool and beautiful gardens. The house has forty rooms, four courtyards, four cellars, three wind towers and two Qanats, which supplied the required water to the house. The house is adorned with beautiful wall paintings, created by the pupils of the famous painter Sani-ol-Molk, and elegant stained glass windows
The Tabatabaei House is located in Kashan’s old neighborhood on Alavi street, near other historical places such as the Borujerdis House, the Abbasi House and the Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse. While historical houses can be found in many cities in Iran, Kashan is one place where you can visit a handful of beautiful monuments within walking distance from each other.