A few minutes walk from the Biennale Gardens, this characteristic independent house has been completely renovated and is spread over 3 levels in addition to a comfortable attic. The interiors are decorated and furnished according to the taste of the owner, an expert restorer and interior decorator, and each environment is characterized by colors and details that recall different eras and countries, in a continuous journey from room to room between West and East, recreating a historical link between Venice and the Orient. On the ground floor there is a bedroom and a kitchen with access to a pretty and intimate internal courtyard and a bathroom, as well as a comfortable laundry room. On the first floor there is a double bedroom and a large living room; on the second floor there is a large double bedroom with wardrobe, an elegant bathroom with shower and a single bedroom with wardrobe. Given the location, very close to San Marco but in a quiet area and 5 minutes by vaporetto from the Lido beaches, the solution is ideal both as a holiday home and as an investment.
The Castello district is located east of the city and includes the whole " tail "of Venice: with San Pietro and Sant'Elena it borders the lagoon arriving with the Schiavoni shore up to San Marco and tangendone the homonymous district incorporates to the north the entire complex of the Arsenale. It seems that the name derives from an ancient military garrison that was located on the extreme east tip. San Pietro di Castello was certainly one of the initial nuclei of the city and until 1797 it was the Cathedral of Venice. Urbanization developed around the Arsenale thanks to the construction of the houses occupied by those who worked in the surroundings: in small and large workshops, in granaries, ovens and large warehouses for the collection of goods. The convents of the Dominicans of San Giovanni e Paolo and of the Franciscans of San Francesco della Vigna settled in the northern area. In the east part the Public Gardens and Via Garibaldi were built in the Napoleonic era.