A large and impressive piano nobile in a beautiful palazzo with terrace canal views and boat mooring. A beautiful late18th century palace built for the Patrician Morosini family and which contains frescoes painted in 1815 by Giovanni Carlo Bevilacqua and which for several years housed the French Consulate. It is an important piano nobile as well as it being unusual to find such a large terrace overlooking a canal in this way. The square metrage is around 400 sq.m of internal space and 100 sq.m of terrace.
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