Two steps from Piazza San Marco, an outstandingly beautiful 18th-century manorial residence with private mooring and garden. The property spans over 1.300 square meters on three floors and features a series of beautiful original decorated halls in Venetian Rococo style, some of which overlook the underlying canal. From the ground floor entrance, one can reach the garden on the rear (250 sqm), a rarity for properties in Venice.
The property is laid over three floors and features two separate entrances, one from the canal and the other from the alley running to the northern side of the building.
– Ground floor: entry, main gallery with private mooring, technical rooms for the palazzo, office with bathroom and service bedroom, storage room, laundry and keeper's independent apartment made up of living area, kitchenette, bathroom and bedroom in the gallery;
– First floor: entrance gallery, dining room, kitchen with pantry, three beautiful reception halls with balconies overlooking the canal (Golden room, Throne room and Music room), Genoa room, bathroom, master bedroom with private bathroom and separate wardrobe and large/sitting area
– Second floor: entrance gallery, two guests bedrooms each with private bathroom and wardrobe
– Third floor: independent apartment of about 183 sqm with separate entrance
By crossing the entrance hall on the ground floor one can reach a paved courtyard with a well, leading in turn to the exclusive garden of the palazzo, a generous green area with a pretty uncommon size as far as gardens go in the heart of Venice.
The property's interiors, in its current form, date back to the second half of the 18th century: the beautiful decorations are the original ones, in stunning Venetian Rococo style.
Nowadays, after a careful philological highly praised restoration, the property is immaculate and has received great praise from the Italian Trust of Historical Houses for its stunning condition.
All the services are clearly easily reached and available in the vicinity. The mainland can be quickly reached by train or bus and the most notable cities of Northern Italy can be easily reached.