Castello · Dominating portion of Historical Palazzo with garden · ve394

Palazzo Rococo

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Palazzo Rococo

Divine Rococo original interiors in a beautiful palazzo setting

Divine Rococo original interiors in a beautiful palazzo setting

To see this property is to experience the essence of Venice and its place in history. With connections to the Russian Imperial Court, as well as the literary and cultural life in Europe, hosting among others the French writer Stendhal, and having been preserved and restored to 21st century standards, it is truly a fascinating private home, a Palace whose museum quality original interiors were fully decorated in the third part of the 18th century in the most exalted Venetian Rococo style.

After a painstaking and highly praised restoration, the property is immaculate and has received high praise from the Italian Trust of Historical Houses for its stunning condition.

Stretching over a series of beautiful original decorated halls in Venetian Rococo style, some of which overlook the canal below, the property extends over four levels and comprises:

GROUND FLOOR: A private water jetty, impressive and historic Portego main entrance hall, a staff apartment, some service and technical areas, courtyard, large garden.

FIRST FLOOR: The piano nobile comprises a central androne entrance hall, three main salons, dining room,breakfast room, master bedroom, dressing room, master bathroom, guest bedroom or office and bathroom, kitchen, storage room, control room.

MEZZANINE FLOOR: two further bedrooms, two bathrooms.

TOP FLOOR: An unrestored space comprising living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, wardrobe,bathroom, and three further rooms which could become either additional living space, further guest bedrooms, bathrooms, or studio. 

Canal views




Water gate

Air conditioning

Central heating

What attracted us to this property

This is a highly unusual property even for a city so full of riches as Venice, perfect for anyone who wants to live the ultimate dream.


Castello is perhaps the most charming area of Venice, where tourism is fairly minimal. Although only a few minutes from San Marco, it is quiet and residential with a good local feel. Here buildings are more quaint and popular, often displaying towards Arsenale colourful laundry hanging above, giving a sense of busy human activity. It is the perfect area for anyone seeking an authentic Venetian experience and for foodies in the “know” who go there to dine in some of the city’s premier restaurants, such as Al Covo and Corte Sconta.