A stunning and unique studio apartment with terraces within the renowned modern palazzo complex known as ‘Casa delle Zattere’, designed by the famous 20th Century Italian architect Ignazio Gardella and blending the new within ancient surroundings. Built between 1953-1958 and a listed building in recognition of its architectural value, the palace sits directly on the Fondamenta delle Zattere facing the wide and shimmering boat-filled waters of the Giudecca Canal.
The apartment itself is very bright and enjoys striking vistas from its windows and terraces. Indeed sitting on the sofa no streets are visible only the Fondamenta della Giudecca opposite and its wonderful Palladian Church of the Redentore with the sparkling waters of the canal in between.
The apartment is in very good condition and is perfectly designed in all spaces.
Santo Spirito Terrace is a studio apartment on the sixth floor with a lift to the fourth floor. The internal layout has been studied in details using the internal space at best and creating different areas such us a fully fitted kitchen corner, a sitting zone, a cozy wall niche with a bed, and a bathroom.
In front of the sitting area there are two big French windows opened onto a terrace enjoying stunning views over the Giudecca Canal and the Redentore church.
A wide 360 degrees open view terrace on the above level completes the accommodation.
The apartment is situated towards the Salute end of the Fondamenta delle Zattere, one of the most prestigious locations in the city and far removed from the tourist crowds.
The Zattere promenade is widely considered one of the most wonderful in Venice for its open aspect, enchanting views and for the pleasant cafes and restaurants fringing the water’s edge, while a recently introduced vaporetto boat stop ‘Zattere Spirito Santo’ sits very close to the apartment and offers connections to all parts of Venice. Within a short walk of two Traghetto gondola ferry services crossing the Grand Canal; one operating between Calle Del Tragheto San Gregorio/Calle Lanza and Campo Del Traghetto near Santa Maria Del Giglio in the San Marco district and the other between the Punta Della Dogana nr. Salute and Calle Vallaresso, also in San Marco.
Also close to the Church of the Salute, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and Francois Pinault’s Punta Della Dogana Museum of Contemporary Art.
Energy Consumption Class: TBD