Palazzo Barbarigo,dates back to the mid-16th century, derived from the union of two buildings. The facade retains the frescoes decorations by Camillo Bellini, carried out at the end of the 16th century, here, we offer this nice mezzanine facing south, in front of the magnificent San Stae Church.
The apartment is made by an entrance, four bright lighted rooms facing Canal Grande, nine windows with a beautiful panoramic view, a big kitchen and many other service rooms.
The property benefits also of the very rare privilege to be aside the water shore with a wide warehouse at the ground floor, all at exclusive use.
The property needs a radical renovation but it has all the potential and the characteristics to be a fantastic charming residence.
Positioned in a privilege location in between Ca’ d’Oro and Palazzo Vendramin Calergi, today’s Casinò site,
with also large views of the Canal Grande on both sides.
Energy Performance: TBD