Venezia (Venezia) - Venice needs no introduction.
Walking around Venice, pausing to admire unique and fascinating views, listening to the silence of its places is a timeless emotion.
Furthermore, Venice offers very important events: the Historical Regatta, a historical spectacle on the water; the Carnival of Venice, an exciting event that allows you to watch it with an eye on the glories of the Serenissima. Venice is a reference point for art events: home to the art exhibition of the Biennale and the Mostra del Cinema, it is a reference point for artistic events with first of all the Teatro La Fenice, and with several museums, including Palazzo Ducale and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
The Location: We are the heart of Venice, the Cannaregio district is right in the heart of Venetian life, near the "S. Marcuola - Casino" vaporetto stop, from here you can reach any point of the city in a few minutes.
The palace: Palazzo Correr Contarini Zorzi, overlooking the Grand Canal between Palazzo Querini Papozze and Palazzo Gritti, is also known as Ca 'dei Cuori, given the presence of the latter in some wrought iron coats of arms on the façade. And it is precisely on the attic and super-attic floor, third and fourth with elevator, that this most unique and rare dwelling takes place. With an imposing view of the Grand Canal, from its terrace you can embrace the stretch of the canal that goes from the Santa Lucia station to the Rialto market, beyond which we will then find the Rialto Bridge.
The apartment has an area of about 450sqm, on two levels, of which about 360sqm on the third floor and about 90sqm on the fourth floor. The three terraces further enhance its exclusivity. The first of about 90 square meters overlooking the Grand Canal allows a unique view of its kind. The second, about 60 square meters, facing inwards surrounds the rest of the city and sees roofs and the lagoon. A third terrace of about ten square meters serves the dining room.
Upon entering the apartment, one immediately has the feeling of being in front of a timeless and extremely valuable object. From the entrance vestibule you can admire the large hall, and overlooking the terrace. There are eight bedrooms, some of which are particularly large. The triple entrances also allow you to evaluate a possible subdivision into autonomous units.
The ground floor is characterized by the presence of two impressive monumental water portals, with exclusive docking and jetty and with a space for storing the equipment for a boat.