The international property market, last year saw a growing trend in the rise of a demand in pieds-a-terre situated in Italy. 2013 saw buyers move away from the more traditional, shabby chic style settings to clean lines and contemporary abodes. According to Venice Sotheby’s International Realty this trend is set to grow.
Converting palaces in property hot spots is the Italian interpretation of this trend, welcome then, to The Palazzo Molin, a beautiful 15th century palazzo renovated into a collection of 18 elegant apartments. With its modern interiors hidden behind a restored gothic façade, the development combines classic Venetian architecture with contemporary design and facilities, which has attracted interest from around the globe, including the UK, Europe and Asia.
Anne-Marie Doyle of Venice Sotheby’s International Realty said, “Destinations such as Venice, where there is a huge holiday rental market and yet a lack of top quality apartments that appeal to an international clientele, make developments such as Palazzo Molin all the more unique as an investment proposition, as well as for end-users.”
The grand development offers residents and visitors alike the chance to live in exceptionally imposing surroundings and enjoy high-end services such as a concierge, maid service and private water taxi. Each elegant apartment features high ceilings, air conditioning, marmorino finished walls, Venetian terrazzo or parquet flooring, and marble bathrooms.
The unique Palazzo Molin was once visited by Mozart in 1771. Mozart was just 15 when he stayed here, moments from La Fenice Opera House, Palazzo Molin was the perfect location for the young composer to absorb the music of Venice and educate himself for future commissions from European opera houses.
The elegant collection of apartments are now available for sale, prices range from €595,000 to €2.6 million, with the main piano nobile apartment priced at €4.9 million