Unique portion of the noble floor on a sixteenth-century building with a tricellular front, with a central hall with a three-light window, the first example of 'Serliana' (design by the architect Sebastiano Serlio) created in Venice.
The building is located in the Santa Croce district, near the Tolentini church, in a convenient position to quickly reach Piazzale Roma and the train station. The apartment, with open and internal views, is spread over one level (first noble floor) plus two mezzanine areas and consists of an entrance that leads to the important central hall (with mezzanine) illuminated by the historic three-light window and the large balcony, from the living room you enter the two spacious side rooms, bright (both with 3 windows) and with beamed and decorated ceilings, currently used as dining room and living room / study; the main wing continues with the kitchen, sitting / dining room, bathroom and large bedroom with large mezzanine and closet, while in the other wing there is another bedroom and bathroom in the living area.
On the ground floor a storage. The property, bound and endowed with great historical charm, is in excellent structural condition, but requires work on the finishes and an update of the installations.