Ca' Cerchieri Mezzanine Venezia

Ca' Cerchieri Mezzanine


A graceful haven of gentility and tranquility with delightful garden views, peacefully situated to the rear of the 15th Century Gothic 'Palazzo Loredan Dell’ Ambasciatore' on the Grand Canal, with private water entrance. Considered one of the finest in Venice and oozing history from every pore, the Palazzo itself (birthplace of two ancient Doges of Venice - Leonardo Loredan (1501-21) and Francesco Loredan (1752-62)), enjoys a truly outstanding position between the Accademia Bridge/Academy of Fine Arts and the Ca’ Rezzonico Museum of 18th Century Art/ vaporetto stop, close to Campo San Barnaba and opposite Francois Pinault's Palazzo Grassi Museum of Modern Art.

Impeccably decorated with dash and vitality and featuring carefully selected antiques from the owner's private collection, each shown to their advantage against a complementary backdrop of sunny Mimosa yellows, vivid Prussian blues, crisp white beamed ceilings and the deep, rich patina of polished hardwood flooring, Ca' Cerchieri Mezzanine offers generously proportioned accommodation for six and is located between the first and second floors of the Palazzo (a lift can be taken to the second floor, leaving one flight of stairs to descend on foot).