This Luxurious Canal Grande Apartment Offers Great Views of the Canal Grande
This Canal Grande Apartment is the luxurious place everyone needs to live in once in their lifetime.
A bit down away from the parking area of Piazzale Roman and the well-knows Piazza San Marco, this apartment has great views of the Canal Grande.
Located right in the heart of Venice, one of most fascinating cities of art in Italy, this place is right on the first floor of an ancient protected building.
The apartment was designed and built by famous architect Baldassare Longhena, in the first half of the 17th century.
With three façades, the main of which overlooks the Canal Grande, the building is very well lighted, an unusual feature for a place located in the historical center.
From the entrance, which opens up on a large and luxurious hall, the place is quite amazing. The luxurious hall includes a majestic staircase that leads to the private apartments.
The design of the rooms is very characteristic to a Venice building. The rooms are located one after the other, on the outer side of a corridor that overlooks the internal patio.
The place is split in sitting room, a large living room with an original 18th century fireplace and overlooking the Renaissance building, and an office overlooking the Canal Grande, a kitchen, four bedrooms, and four bathrooms.
Thanks to the arrangement of the rooms, it is possible to use the sitting room and the office as additional bedrooms.
The building, which dates back to the 17th century, is in excellent conditions. It was renovated twenty years ago and has since then been submitted to periodical maintenance interventions.
The original floor is very characteristic, with wood inlaid squares, parquet and grit.
In the corridor and the living room, there are some walls with typical Venetian bricks in plain view. One of the bedrooms has a beautiful wooden ceiling.
The windows, with double-glazing, date back to the time of the building, as do the inner doors. Some of the doors are adorned with a “Verona Red” marble cordon.
You will get amazing views, because the apartment is facing with nine windows on the Grand Canal.
All this beauty has a price of €3,950,000.
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