The island of mazzorbo is connected by bridge to the famous island of Burano, remembered for its typical vividly coloured houses and its age-old artisanal tradition of crochet and needlework.
In the area we can find famous restaurants and "trattorie" that prepare mouth-watering fish dishes, such as; "da romano", "al gato nero" in Burano, and "alla Maddalena" or "Venissa" in Mazzorbo, which itself is renowned for its refined cuisine and for the replantation of the antique Dorona wine varietal, owner of a unique taste due to the salty and sand-like land of the island of the laguna.
The island of Torcello is also easily accessible with its Byzantine-Venetian churches and elaborate Mosaics.
The property is situated on the picturesque and tranquil island of Mazzorbo and is connected by bridge to the neighbouring island of Burano.
This independent Villa, whose architectural structure is typical to that of the Venetian Laguna, develops over three floors and has been completely restructured and refurbished.
The ground floor is composed of an entrance with access to a private garden, a large drawing/living room with a charming "Vallesana" fireplace, a kitchen-dining room also connected to the garden, a washing room and a bathroom.
The first floor has two extensive double bedrooms, a single bedroom with a panoramic terrace over the Laguna, a bathroom and a little storage room.
The second floor is composed of a spacious and homely Loft boasting six windows that give a wonderful view of the Laguna and the gardens below.
The villa possesses a sweeping outdoor green area of about 1700 sqm, of which about 500 sqm are gardens and the remaining 1200 sqm as arable land.