The "ship rooftops" is a charming flat roof, on the third and top floor of a historic house of the fifteenth century with only two houses in the area a short walk from the Arsenale Venice Biennale. The apartment is bright on all sides and has a beautiful view over the rooftops of Venice and a quaint square with benches.
The kitchen is located in the area that resembles the prow of a ship, and has a refrigerator with freezer, dishwasher, extractor hood, washing machine, gas stove, electric oven. The dining area has a round table and four chairs in solid wood Kartell, DVD-CD player, radio and library sofa. Ceiling beams and light spotlight.
There is internet wi fi very quick. Furthermore there is a landline phone to receive calls from all over the world.
The floors are typical terrazzo. There are two rooms, one with double bed LCD TV library desk and the other room is very comfortable for one person. The bathroom is in marble, such as door frames, and has a spa close to the window (there is no shower), wc, bidet and washbasin. A marble staircase leads to the upper zone, in the attic, it also attic. This room is ideal for writing, study, think ...
On the ground floor, past the entrance from the street, there is a small closet in the process of accommodation, already useful to leave luggage etc spending. The stairs to climb are quite narrow, with no lift. The house is located in the Castello area, typically Venetian, is also close to San Marco, but outside the main tourist flows. Rarely is subject to the phenomenon of high water. 5-10 minutes walk to the vaporetto stop "Arsenale" and stop "Celestia". Nearby there are many shops pubs and bars typical Venetian style.
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