In a pretty little ‘casa’ overlooking the water - a recently renovated and handsomely dressed 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartment for four conveniently positioned near the Church of the Frari in the San Polo district.
A jolly ray of sunshine on the first floor overlooking the ‘Rio di San Polo’ canal and a bridge on which stripe-shirted gondoliers pass the time of day and ply their ancient trade, the warm and welcoming Ca’ Dei Nomboli offers comfort and elegance throughout its spacious interior.
Stylishly presented with splashes of colour, accommodation comprises a large and semi-open plan sitting/dining room decorated and furnished in a tropical fruit cocktail of zingy ‘mandarino’, zesty ‘pompelmo rosa’, juicy lime and mouth-watering mango and featuring two tall windows with decorative balustrades overlooking the canal.
The modern kitchen with small breakfast bar to the rear is well-equipped and designed to make optimum use of the available space and, in keeping with the rest of the apartment (excluding bathrooms), has gorgeous wooden parquet flooring heightening the overall feeling of quality and adding a dash of period charm, while air-conditioning throughout plus Wi-Fi internet connection and a laundry room with washing machine on the ground floor add to the comfort and ease of your stay.
In contrast to the energizing tones of the main living area are two pretty-as-a-picture double bedrooms decked out for chilling out in soft blue and white seaside stripes reminiscent of lazy days spent at the beach - one to the rear of the apartment with its own beautiful en-suite bathroom with shower and the other overlooking the canal to the front and also with its own equally stylish bathroom with bathtub and shower over - and both with double beds which can be made into twins on request.
A bold and refreshing kaleidoscope of colour in a brilliant position for exploring the city!
Very well located between the Rialto area in the north (with its famous food markets and labyrinth of alleyways) and the Dorsoduro district in the south (with its wide ‘fondamente’, antique shops and galleries) and only two minutes’ walk to the 14th century Church of the Frari, Campo San Polo and the jaw-dropping Tintoretto-filled Scuola Grande Di San Rocco.
Moments to a well-stocked 'Billa' supermarket and a great range of restaurants for both dining in and eating out and a stone’s throw to the vaporetto stop and 'Traghetto' gondola ferry at San Toma on the Grand Canal - ideal for trips (during operating times) over to the 'must-see' attractions of the San Marco district and beyond.