Open space loft, rare to find in town. Designed down to the smallest architectural details by attentive architectural planning, this space offers the chance of a modern living. Among the historical venetian housing where the real estate offer is divided between protected heritage and commercially restored houses, not always based on architectural quality, this unit is one of the few that reproduces the idea of loft living.
Entrance in the living part of the loft with kitchenette/dining area. Double bedroom, separated from the living area through a glass wall, and bathroom. Garret.
ADDITIONAL NOTES AND TECHNICAL ASPECTS
Air conditioning system, independent heating system, recently restored.
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Energy efficiency rating “E”, energy performance index Epgl 132,96 Kwh/sq.m year
LOCATION AND AMENITIES
The complex of the Zitelle, was built in 1579-86 on a project attributed to Palladio. On the right the St. John’s dock leads, beyond the entrance of the luxurious Cipriani hotel, to the eastern part of the island. The view extends over the S. Marco and the Salute church. On the left, beyond the so-called “Tre Oci” house (a neo-gothic building with peculiar windows), the street leads to the western side. The available navigation lines at Zitelle stop, are the circular one and the line n. 2, with connections for Venice and the mainland. A few shops are around here and the market is at a short walk.