Abstract: The failure mode and mechanical properties of recycled aggregate-filled self-compacting concrete wall under static load are studied. The results show that the recycled aggregate self-compacting concrete wall can bear higher load than ordinary rubble stone masonry, especially its compressive strength, and it has good bonding properties between self-compacting concrete and recycled aggregates. Its failure mode is similar with the big natural aggregate-filled concrete’s. Its destruction property belongs to brittle failure, but the stress-strain curve decreases slowly. Therefore, recycled aggregate-filled self-compacting concrete can replace ordinary rubble stone masonry and has further engineering application prospect.