Rare opportunity for contemporary living in a restored 15th century Venetian palazzo
VENICE--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Venice Sotheby’s International Realty today announced the launch of a show apartment at Palazzo Molin, the 15th century listed palazzo at the heart of Venice which is currently being restored and converted into 18 contemporary apartments.
Exterior of Palazzo Molin, a 15th Century listed palazzo at the heart of Venice, Italy, which is currently being restored and converted into 18 contemporary apartments. (Photo: Business Wire)
The one-bedroom show apartment has been designed by renowned Milanese design house Culti, and showcases the high ceilings, elegant bathrooms and quality of design and finish that those buying an apartment can expect.
Palazzo Molin is a rare concept in Venice, as it combines classic Venetian architecture with contemporary design and facilities. Residents will have sole use of an extensive private courtyard and furnished lobby. There will be a flexible concierge service, maid service and private water taxi service on request. The building is bordered on two sides by canals and has two water gates, allowing direct access by boat.
Venice is a unique, year-round destination that offers something for everyone, from sailing in the lagoon or sunbathing at the Venice Lido, to skiing in the Dolomites. It is also an international city of art and culture, where traditions such as Carnevale mix with modern art at Palazzo Grassi and The Guggenheim, individual boutiques sit alongside designer shops such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Prada, and Venetian, Italian and international bars and restaurants cater to all tastes.
The apartments at Palazzo Molin offer a unique investment proposition combining a strong potential rental yield with the opportunity to own and enjoy an impressive apartment within a historic listed Venetian building. Venice has regular flights to and from London as well as a broad range of other destinations across Europe, the Middle East and further afield.
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