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This study is to investigate the contents and status of documentary records based on "Hyogyeongdang Gyechukmun" related to the Old House of Papyeong Yun's family. This house is located in Goegok-dong, Daejeon Metropolitan city, and is considered as one of the high-class houses in the mid-Chosun dynasty. The results might be summarized as follows: First, Hyogyeongdang Gyechukmun was written by Yun Seom in 1675 (the 1st year of King Sukjong's reign), which is a kind of general drawing book containing a plane figure and a bird's-eye-view of the old house. It is an important historical record to identify the feature and characteristics of the high-class houses in those days. Second, Papyeong Yun's Old House was founded with five buildings including a shrine, women's quarters, Hyogyeongdang, servants' quarters, and a warehouse. On the southern front, there used to be a pond. Third, the standard measure used to build the old house was about 310.00/尺(chuck). Chuck(尺) is the measuring unit of the Chosun Dynasty.