15th century Palazzo on the Grand Canal.
Amazing property on the third and top floor of Palazzo Morosini Brandolin, built in 1400 and facing the Grand Canal. The property enjoys an astonishing view on the Grand Canal and on the spectacular Ca dOro, one of the best examples of gothic architecture in Venice.
Palazzo Morosini Brandolin features typical Venetian characteristics such as windows framed by white marble, esafora with flamboyant gothic ogivales arches on the Grand Canal façade. Two of the four bedrooms face the Grand Canal and all the windows are framed by ogee arch.
The palace main entrance is along the Grand Canal and has private water access.
The property comprises: four large bedrooms, a spacious living room, two full bathrooms, a kitchen, a large laundry room, and an entrance hall.
There is also an attic area with direct and exclusive access from the laundry room and from the bathroom large skylight, offering potential additional living space. The attic has the same surface of the apartment and features two dormer windows allowing access to the rooftop and facing the internal court.
Located in the central district of San Polo, in the thriving and typically Venetian Rialto area. Close to the Church of San Cassiano, the Rialto Bridge and to Campo San Polo - the largest square in Venice after Piazza San Marco. The area is well served by two supermarkets and numerous small shops aimed at satisfying both visitor and residential needs and is within a few minutes walk of Venices world-famous fish, fruit and vegetable markets at Rialto and its surrounding specialist food shops. Close to an excellent variety of cafes, bars, osterie and bacari including Cantina Do Mori and All Arco, as well as some of the most well-known names in Venetian cuisine including the upmarket Da Fiore, Antiche Carampane and Al Vecio Fritolin, with the popular Al Nono Risorto, Bancogiro, Muro and Al Marca etc. all within easy reach. The apartment is also conveniently situated for easy access to the vaporetto system at Rialto Mercato, Rialto, San Stae and San Silvestro and to two Traghetto gondola ferries crossing the Grand Canal one operating between San Silvestro and the district of San Marco and the other between the Pescaria at Rialto and Santa Sofia in Cannaregio.