Dorsoduro Apartment Rental Photos and Description
In the heart of the Jewish Ghetto of Venice, near the church of the Holy Apostles. Bright and sunny apartment, ideal context for exploring this amazing city and appreciate the Venetian district of the city, with quaint restaurants and the chance to live in the most beautiful Venetian square (Campo Santi Apostoli). Linger in the evening on the window, sipping wine and reading a book, listening and breathing Venice, make sure that, from the third floor, your eyes will fill the charming landscape and wonderful surrounding my home. Imagine what every single brick has passed into the ancient history of this enchanted city. Admire the style in which the house was built. Imagine those who lived centuries before us. Now you too are part of everything
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
About Silvana Loppoli
Hello Ladies and Gentlemen. First of all, thank you to the heart of the time that I dedicated. Let me introduce myself, my name is Silvana Loppoli, and all the life that cultivate love and passion for the city of Venice. I studied architecture in his youth, and it was love at first sight. Its smells, its sounds, its beauty ... I have crowned the dream of owning a beautiful apartment in cenro city, where I lived for a few years. I spent a wonderful time in the company of my family, especially at Christmas and carnival, within the walls of this house that I love deeply. I hope that what gifts you gave me, and believe me, gave me a great deal. But now, let me have the pictures to speak. Enjoy them, and entered into everything that I really loved in life.
Silvana Loppoli purchased this apartment in 2009
Why Silvana Loppoli chose Dorsoduro
I decided to rent my home as my numerous work commitments keep me away for a long time. The feeling that people come to visit it makes me feel better, and it makes me happy.
What makes this apartment unique
It 'a rare home field, with a view of the Campo Santi Apostoli, with open wall with the church of the Holy Apostles. One of the few areas of Venice still preserved by real Venetians. Unique in its warmth and its reception. A jewel like it was a shame to lose it. I innmorata of this house the first time I touched the door to open it. And from that day, it was mine.