Casa Codussi (Villa)
Who wouldn’t want the opportunity to spend the summer in a beautiful waterfront Venetian palazzo restored to the very highest of standards with stunning views from its private decks and every service one could wish for? Casa Codussi is an exceptional and unique Venetian dream that has come true. As depicted by Canaletto and Guardi Casa Codussi stands beside a 16th-century church designed by Palladio and a 15th-century bell tower by Codussi.
With stunning views in every direction and a private waterfront and deck, Casa Codussi is a very special discovery we found last summer on an Italian adventure. The church of San Pietro in Castello was, for more than 500 years up until 1807, the patriarchal church of Venice and the seat of the religious authority in the adjacent Palazzo del Patriarca. It is located between the two major exhibition centers in Venice, Giardini della Biennale and Arsenale. More