ive1330 apartments Venezia, Venezia, Veneto ive1330 Apartment in the historical centre of Venice overlooking the Grand Canal (Canal Grande) and a Casino area of approximately 300 sqm Is located on the second floor of an old building and consists of living room, hall, study, kitchen, 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.
Apartment with magnificent views of the Grand Canal, close to convenient Parking in Piazzale Roma and the famous Piazza San Marco.
The property has a great location in the heart of Venice and is housed on the second floor of an old building with historical value and are under the control of the Ministry of culture of the Republic of Italy.
Not far from Venice, half an hour away is Treviso (40 km) and Padua (41 km), Vicenza and Verona are, respectively, 75 and 115 km from Venice.
Only 13 km from Venice airport Marco Polo, Treviso airport is 48 km away (half an hour by car) and Verona airport is 128 km (half hour by car).
Description of buildings
Commercial property area is 300 sq m. the Apartment is on the second floor of the Palace the first half of the seventeenth century (project of the Palace belongs to the famous Venetian architect Baldassare Longhena ) of historical value.
The building has good natural lighting (the main facade overlooking the Grand Canal), which is not typical for the historical centre.
From the entrance to the Palace we find ourselves in a spacious, luxurious courtyard where a majestic staircase leads to the private apartments.
The apartment layout has a special characteristic: all of its rooms are located along the exterior wall of the corridor, its inner side faces the yard.
The property consists of a living room, a large living room with original fireplace and seventeenth century views of the Renaissance Palace which houses the Casino, an office overlooking the Grand canal, spacious kitchen, 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.
Due to the special arrangement of the rooms, it is possible to use a living room and study as an extra bedroom.
Palace of the seventeenth century is in excellent condition. It was restructured about 20 years ago and since then is under constant maintenance.
Original flooring, inlaid wood flooring, stone mosaic (granola).
Some of the walls of the corridor and the living room is paved with bricks of Venice, in one of the bedrooms ceiling is finished with wood.
Three of four bathrooms have been recently restructured.
Window frames with double glazing and interior doors date back to the seventeenth century. Some doors have edging of red Verona marble.
Actual and potential uses
The apartment occupies a Prime Central position. May be either a permanent place of residence or the place for a vacation.