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The Sybarite

20 January 2016

Luxury meets history in the heart of Venice

"...The importance of preserving the city's oldest buildings has been honoured in the award winning development of Palazzo Molin, a 15th Century palace, into eighteen individually designed apartments. Classic Venetian architecture has been combined with contemporary design and facilities to create a modern haven in a traditional space. The facade of the palace has not been altered, it still showcases the Gothic Fiorito style which is widely celebrated for its artistic importance...Each apartment has been designed and decorated for style and comfort with air conditioning, marble bathrooms and high ceilings, keeping it cool even in the height of summer. The large, open plan rooms evoke the feeling of vast space, with large windows drawing in bright sunlight all over the apartments..."

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Everything Overseas

1 December 2015

Hot interior design tips, trends and predictions for 2016

"Venice is such a special part of the world and Palazzo Molin is the perfect place from which to discover and experience it, including the flavours of Venetian cuisine, and this sense of discovery influenced the veiled and revealed design of the kitchen. The idea is to contain the kitchen in a small and practical space that is able to provide the functionality of a larger kitchen, while blending in seamlessly with the open-plan space in the room." - Alessandro Agrati, Milanese design house, Culti, designers of Palazzo Molin's show apartment interiors

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The Sunday Telegraph Sydney

22 November 2015

You can find heaven on earth

...Deep in the romantic city of Venice, a very rare opportunity exists to buy a newly developed apartment in a property steeped in history, surrounded by the waters of one of the most romantic cities in the world...

news.com.au

16 November 2015

What does a $30 million apartment have that other apartments don't have? Take a look inside

...Nothing says true luxury as much as having your own, private water taxi entrance at the gate of your own Venetian apartment. Then, throw in the fact that Mozart slept here, and top it all off with the belief that he created the character Don Giovanni from the owner of the property and you have one heck of a property in which to invest. When you buy into a 15 Century former palace, the stories come thick and fast.

This is the story of a superb renovation, restoration and development, called Palazzo Molin... Of the 17 Sotheby's International Realty listed luxury apartments here, only a few remain available for purchase. They range in price from the low eight hundred euros. However, the penthouse is something to behold at $4.88 million.....

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The National

5 November 2015

Live in the splendour of a historic Venetian palace for under EUR5m

...A city that was once one of the world’s greatest trading powers and cultural forces between the 12th and the 15th centuries can today seem like little more than a historical theme park. In the summer, it heaves with tourists disembarking from cruise ships – up to 35,000 a day, but few stay overnight. As a result, its hotels and restaurants have suffered and many residents have decamped elsewhere.

For those who stay, though, Venice remains a place of magnificent beauty. And right at its heart is Palazzo Molin – a15th- century listed palace created for one of the city’s former leaders, Francesco Molin. The building, which has recently been converted into 18 apartments by the developer Patron Capital, is just around the corner from St Mark’s Square.

Past tenants include Mozart, who was based in the building close to the city’s theatres and opera houses at the age of 15. One Italian scholar believes the composer wrote Don Giovanni based on one of the palace’s former owners, Count Francesco Falletti Castelmar....

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Sky News Australia

31 October 2015

Apartments in Venetian palace for sale

The remarkable Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro is a 15th Century palace in the San Marco district of of Venice. It's now been restored creating 17 contemporary apartments, of which nine are left. According to the developers, the Palazzo is "linked to the ancient art of painting on golden leather which developed in Venice from the 15th to the 17th centuries". Take a peek inside with Prue Miller from Sky News Real Estate...
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Everything Overseas

13 October 2015

My best advice: 20 property pros reveal the world’s best places to live

Venice can be a case of love at first sight, then for those lucky enough to buy here, the romance can last for ever. Buying in Venice is more than just a property choice, it is an emotional and cultural investment. To live like a local offers a unique lifestyle that is like nowhere else in the world. Where else is your commute a choice of either a speedboat ride or meandering through a historic city maze on foot? Those who choose to own a home in Venice are able to immerse themselves fully in this enchanting city and have the opportunity to see and experience it through the eyes of a Venetian, relaxed and stress-free...
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Evening Standard Homes & Property

21 August 2015

Venice: invest in a prestige palazzo on the world-famous Grand Canal

Visitors [to Venice] provide good returns for landlords with apartments to rent. Venice already has a long season with high tourist numbers from April though to October and the City Department for Tourism is keen to extend this further, encouraging high-quality cultural events in the low season, too. That means up to 30 weeks rental a year is a real possibility for the best apartments. "While Venice is not a traditional buy-to-let location, buyers here can have the best of both worlds - a second home in one of the world's most beautiful cities as well as strong rental investment potential," comments Ann-Marie Doyle of Venice Sotheby's International Realty. "There is an ever-increasing demand for prestige short-term rental apartments."
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Everything Abroad

13 August 2015

20 property pros share their best advice on buying abroad

3. Size doesn't matter.
"When buying in Venice, the three key things are location, style and outside space, as these attract foreign buyers and also tourists looking to let a property. Size doesn't matter! It is also much better to buy a restored property, as renovation in Venice is definitely more challenging. A perfect example of a property that fulfils all of these criteria is Palazzo Molin in San Marco, a 15th century palace in a great location that has been restored into a contemporary style. It also has amazing outside space with one of the biggest private courtyards in Venice, as well as its own watergate too."
Ann-Marie Doyle, head of Venice Sotheby's Realty
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Daily Telegraph

12 June 2015

House price rises, George Clooney and 90s pop stars: Why not live in Venice?

... The Biennale, the two-yearly international art-world gathering, runs until November, and is already having an effect on the property market, with Venice Sotheby's International Realty reporting a 20 per cent year on year increase in inquiries from potential buyers. "The market in Venice is very active at the moment, especially at the top end, with clients seeking prestige properties," says the company's Ann-Marie Doyle. ...
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Property Wire

3 June 2015

Demand for high end properties in Venice up 20% year on year

The market in Venice is very active at the moment, especially at the top end with rich buyers seeking prestige properties finished to the highest of standards, says Ann-Marie Doyle of Sotheby's International Realty...An example is Palazzo Molin, a 15th century residential conversion which has been converted into 17 highly specified apartments that combine classic Venetian architecture with contemporary design located minutes from landmarks such as Piazza San Marco and the Fenice Opera House. Apartments in the historic palace have been bought as second homes and buy to let investments with 50% now sold...
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Private Air

June 2015

Palazzo Paradise

You can embrace Old World elegance while enjoying all the conveniences of modern living at the historic Palazzo Molin in Venice...

Financial Times

16 May 2015

Hot Property

The apartment is a short walk from La Fenice opera house. Mozart stayed in the property in 1771 and it is thought that the then owner inspired the character of Don Giovanni...

Wall Street Journal

26 March 2015

A touch of glass

Glassmaker Antonio Seguso's family has been working on Murano since 1397, but that tradition has not stopped him from creating superb contemporary designs. Collaborators include Cartier, Tiffany and Ferragamo, and Venice's 15th-century Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro is currently hosting a pop-up of Mr. Seguso's works, including lacework vases and filigree wineglasses...
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Country and Town House

3 March 2015

Longhi, Venice, Italy

It doesn't get much more romantic than this Venetian Pied-à-terre, tucked away in the corner of a historical building. Overlooking the Rio dei Barcaroli and Rio dei Fuseri, the surprisingly spacious apartment consists of an airy living room with kitchen area and galley space, a big double bedroom, a bathroom and a lift. It also has perfect balconies from which to gaze at passing gondolas...

The City Magazine

January 2015

A Place Called Home

The medieval Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro is something of a rarity in Venice. For all of the gothic architecture teetering over its waterways, Venice's strict planning regulations restrict most extensive restorations. So when the 32,000-square-foot villa announced a complete renovation into contemporary apartments, serious interest came from the international property market...

Hong Kong Tatler

December 2014

Palazzo Molin

...Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is an adaptation of a story about two love-struck teenagers which had circulated in Verona for many years, while Mozart's character Don Giovanni is inspired by the 18th century owner of Palazzo Molin in Venice, Francesco Falletti Castelmar. The Austrian composer and his father, Leopold, stayed at the palace as guests of the larger-than-life count in 1771, so the 15-year-old Wolfgang could immerse himself in the arias and symphonies of a country famed for its music...

City A.M.

14 November 2014

The George Clooney effect: Venice's Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro is a rare medieval masterpiece

Strict planning regulations have made the Palazzo Molin something of a rarity in Venice. While there are plenty of historical buildings, it's not easy to find whole properties to work with that have been completely restored, and there's a lack of top quality apartments for the international market as a result. It's not surprising therefore that one third of the homes have sold only two months after completion. These have gone largely to Brits and the French, according to Ann-Marie Doyle of Venice Sotheby's Realty.

"Being a city, there's always something going on," she continues, "it's only two hours away; and you're guaranteed to be able to lease it out when you're not there." The huge holiday rental market has very few low periods throughout the year and strong yields of around five per cent. And if those figures don't make you fall in love with the world's new capital of romance, we don't know what will.
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Curbed.com

11 November 2014

Buy Part of the 15th-Century Palazzo Where Mozart Stayed

Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro, a spectacular 32,000-square-foot gothic villa where Mozart stayed when visiting Venice in 1771, has been turned into 17 appropriately sumptuous apartments. Until the 1990s, the exact house where Mozart stayed in was unknown; now some scholars believe that the composer's opera "Don Giovanni" was inspired by the palazzo's owner, an infamous Venetian aristocrat. Mozart chose the house for its proximity to the historic opera house, now called La Fenice, which is near Venice's gorgeous but overrun central square, Piazza San Marco...
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Debonair

1 November 2014

Welcome to Water World

...All this heritage really matters when it comes to any discussion of the 17 apartments that have been developed inside this fabulous building. For starters you get the location, where the Barcaroli and Fuseri canals meet. Then there's the sheer scale of the spaces inside - the 3,000 square metre palazzo being full of rooms with five metre high ceilings. It's also got a courtyard which is huge - well, by Venetian standards - and every effort has been taken to preserve as many original features as possible. Hence the mullioned windows and the still functioning water gates...

Show House

22 August 2014

Living la dolce vita

 

Daily Telegraph

13 August 2014

Best places to buy a home abroad

...The idea of living inside a Canaletto painting is never going to lose its lustre, and developers are now battling with the inconveniences of the canal system and high water levels to restore some of the old palazzos for international buyers. "Prices in the medium-to-prime property market have always remained stable, even during the recession," says Ann-Marie Doyle, director of Venice Sotheby's International Realty...Palazzo Molin, where Mozart once stayed during a tour of Italy in the 18th century, and where the owner at the time inspired Mozart's creation of Don Giovanni, is being transformed into 17 elegant apartments...
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Achica Living

13 August 2014

Gorgeous home guides: This Venetian apartment brings together a historic palace and fabulous interiors

 

The Sunday Telegraph

4 August 2014

Homing in on Europe

 

Compass Magazine

August 2014

Wish you were here?

 

Departures Magazine

28 July 2014

A Venice Investment

 

Sunday Times

27 July 2014

Where your pound goes furthest for a house in the sun

 

Country Life

25 June 2014

A room with a Venetian view

 

The Guardian

20 June 2014

Surreal estate: Venice palazzo

This refurbished and restored listed 15th century palazzo, smack in the middle of Venice and once host to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart who stayed in the city with his father in 1771, now houses 17 contemporary apartments up for sale ranging in price from £484,000 to £4.3m. Residents will have access to a private courtyard and communal spaces as well as a concierge, maid and private water taxi service on request...
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Woman & Home Luxury

19 June 2014

Dream second homes for sale

Take your cue from Johnny Depp and get yourself a Venice palazzo or at least a slice of one. Set in the heart of Venice, the 15th-century Palazzo Molin which once played host to Mozart has been converted into 17 luxurious apartments featuring stylish modern interiors behind the atmospheric Gothic facade...
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Velocity, City Jet magazine

2 June 2014

Buy your own piece of Venetian history

 

Prime Location

30 May 2014

New contemporary apartments for sale in ‘The Floating City’

 

Yahoo Finance

29 May 2014

Cooking classes and Lamborghinis – the tricks developers use to sell homes

 

International New York Times

9 May 2014

Historic Venetian Palazzo Gets a Modern Update While Keeping its History

 

New York Times

8 May 2014

Historic Venetian Palazzo Gets a Modern Update

...“Mozart lived there for a month,” in 1771, Andrea Barbali, chief broker at Venice Sotheby’s International Realty, said as he stood on the Ponte del Barcaroli and pointed at the palazzo’s Gothic-style brick facade, which dates from the 15th century. “It’s even thought that Count Francesco Falletti Castelman, who hosted Mozart, inspired the character of Don Giovanni,” he added, referring to the Mozart opera first performed in 1787. The palazzo has been converted into 17 luxury apartments, and in each, “there is a touch-screen panel to control everything,” Mr. Barbali said as he gave visitors a tour. “In Venice, this is like sci-fi.”...
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Financial Times

3 May 2014

Your palace or mine?

 

Financial Times

2 May 2014

Venice’s housing market regains its appeal among local buyers

...According to Venice Sotheby’s, visitors to its website and client inquiries from Italian buyers doubled in 2013 compared with 2012. This could be partly to do with the improvement in the economy, says Doyle. The recession ended towards the end of last year and Renzi has shown he is keen to push through much-needed economic reforms. So what do high-end Italian buyers want? “A buyer from Milan is exactly the same as a wealthy buyer from London,” says Doyle. “Of course, they can usually afford to do work on a property, but often they just don’t want to, particularly in Venice, where restoration is heavily regulated.”

To this end, Sotheby’s has marketed 17 apartments at the 15th-century Palazzo Molin, in the central San Marco sestiere (district) recently bought and restored by Patron Capital, the private equity investment company. Thought to have once been stayed in by Mozart, the building now contains the latest technology, from air conditioning to integrated music systems, wrapped up in the very same gothic façades that Francesco Molin, one-time 17thcentury Doge of the Venetian Republic, would have known as the building’s owner.

A fine example of the Gothic Fiorito style, the four-storey building has mullioned windows, two water gates (meaning you can arrive directly from the airport by water taxi – or gondola) and a narrow land entrance, marked by the family coat of arms – a mill wheel – opening up on to a large courtyard garden. New “terrazzo” flooring has been fitted, along with the restoration of the “marmorino” walls – a kind of tinted stucco made from crushed marble. Protection has also been provided against high tides.

Six of these apartments – which range in price from €595,000 for a one-bedroom, ground-floor flat to €4.9m for a two-bedroom apartment on the piano nobile – are under negotiation, under offer or sold, one to a Milanese buyer and one to an Italian living abroad. Other buyers at Palazzo Molin have come from France, Malaysia and the UK. People often buy these apartments as second homes, which they use frequently to entertain, says Doyle, especially those on the piano nobile, since these long, light-filled central galleries – formerly the main reception areas of the whole palazzo – are perfect for housing art collections and for hosting parties...
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A Place In The Sun

13 April 2014

Why we like our rusticos ready made these days

The renovation of an entire fifteenth century Palazzo on a quiet canal immediately off Venice’s Grand Canal is significant news and the location and quality of Palazzo Molin is matched by a top-drawer refurbishment with a decidedly contemporary twist....
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Compellier

1 March 2014

Mozart's Palazzo Molin

...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 17 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...

...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...
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PrimeLocation Blog

14 February 2014

Love is in the lair with romantic Valentine homes

Ann-Marie Doyle of Venice Sotheby's International Realty believes Venice is the most romantic place on the earth, which is why so many people choose to explore this historic and enchanting city with their partners ... "Palazzo Molin's the perfect pied-a-terre in Venice," Doyle says. "To arrive by private boat and admire the immaculately restored Gothic façade, behind which contemporary interiors are hidden, is simply wonderful."...
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Property Overseas Today

30 January 2014

Italian converted palaces are well in vogue

...Ann-Marie Doyle of Venice Sotheby's International Realty, said: "For many years, country houses in the UK have been converted into apartments, bringing listed buildings back to life and offering purchasers an opportunity to own in a stately home for a fraction of the price." ... She added: "Rental yields are an increasingly important consideration, as most buyers are now looking for properties that will rent well on the international market. 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"...
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Evening Standard Homes & Property

15 January 2014

Take the silk route through Venice

Huge demand from tourists coupled with a shortage of high-quality flats to let mean the right property can easily bag 30 weeks' rental a year with possible yields of five or six per cent ... Sotheby's has canal-front flats in restored 15th-century Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro near Piazza San Marco from £492,800 to £4 million...
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A Place In The Sun

4 January 2014

Why we like our rusticos ready made these days

The renovation of an entire fifteenth century Palazzo on a quiet canal immediately off Venice's Grand Canal is significant news and the location and quality of Palazzo Molin is matched by a top-drawer refurbishment with a decidedly contemporary twist...
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Sphere/Sphere Asia

4 January 2014

Home is where the art is

...A short walk from La Fenice is Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro, a 15th-century listed palazzo that has been converted into 17 elegant apartments...A teenage Mozart stayed at Palazzo Molin in 1771, pushed by his father to immerse himself in Italian language and music and, with La Fenice close at hand, to educate himself in writing for European opera houses...

Daily Telegraph

17 December 2013

Top 20 places to live for James Bond lovers

Venice hardly needs James Bond to advertise its charms. But its regular cameos in the films, invariably looking stunning, have done the city no harm . It made its debut in From Russia With Love (1963), hosting Sean Connery in a gondola. This was followed by a thrilling encore in Moonraker (1979). The city took centre stage again, albeit briefly, in Casino Royale (2006). The three best Bonds – Connery, Moore, Craig – in the world’s most beautiful city. It’s quite a hat-trick. On the market Luxury apartments, priced at between £530,000 and £4.1  million, in the restored 15th-century Palazzo Molin, near La Fenice opera house, with Sotheby’s International Realty (0039 041 522 0093)..."
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DDN Design Diffusion

12 December 2013

Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro

It can be thought of as a paradise within a marvellous city (it won the 5 stars prize at the International Property Awards 2013-2014, Category Best Residential Renovation/Redevelopment Europa), the interiors designed to reflect this destination through water, colour and geometry. The palace embraces those characteristics, offering a unique and elegant destination to discover the beauty of its interiors between tradition and contemporary design, culture and art..."
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Adelto

19 November 2013

The art of property

Art and property have long enjoyed a symbiotic relationship; art is used to bring prime property to life and property provides the canvas on which to display art works. The two asset classes clearly enjoy the same company, as high net worth individuals look to invest in both and, within the world of luxury living, there is a growing trend of agents and developers teaming up with artists and curators to make the most of this synergy..."
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The Times

25 October 2013

Home is where the expensive art is

Bespoke artwork has become the latest must-have in show homes as developers try to lure aspirational homebuyers. From video installations in lifts to an entire gallery for local artists, housebuilders are increasingly using art to create a cultural buzz around their developments. Ann-Marie Doyle of Venice Sotheby’s Realty says: “The relationship between property and art is stronger than ever. Art can transform a new-build apartment, adding to its style and showing off the space it has to offer. It also helps buyers to visualise their new home.”

Djawid C. Borower

This month in Venice, the largest €4.9 million (£4.15 million) apartment at the Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro development will house paintings and sculptures by the German artist Djawid C. Borower, transforming the space into a gallery...."
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The Times

25 October 2013

Using art to sell houses

In waterbound Venice, a vogue for using high-end art as a way of enticing the wealthy to buy property is taking off. A €4.9 million apartment in the Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro will house paintings and sculptures by the German artist Djawid Borower as a way of luring people in this month. It is a growing trend in Britain, with some developers commissioning bespoke art that is offered for sale to the new owner..."
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The Wall Street Journal (Online)

15 October 2013

House of the day

A Slice of Venetian Palazzo ...This 1,076-square-foot [Longhi] apartment is in the Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro, which dates back to the 15th century. The apartment has high ceilings, marmorino-finished walls and parquet flooring. The building is "steeped in history and is said to have inspired Mozart when he stayed there during his visit to Venice in the late 18th century"...
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A Place in the Sun

Autumn 2013

10 Reasons to buy in Italy

Four homes with status...[An] elegant apartment within a converted 15th-century listed palazzo in the heart of Venice...

Art Monthly

1 September 2013

...With ceiling heights of over 5m, [the apartments in Palazzo Molin] offer the perfect setting to showcase the exceptional and distinctive art on offer at the Biennale...

Financial Times

31 August/1 September 2013

Hot property: weekend escapes

...Why? Getting here for the weekend is easy. Located at the junction of two canals, Palazzo Molin is less than 30 minutes from the airport by water taxi...

Trying to balance the madness (Blog)

24 August 2013

Your own piece of Venetian history, Palazzo Molin

...Palazzo Molin is a collection of 17 elegant apartments in a converted 15th century listed palazzo with original gothic facade, moments from La Fenice Opera House and St Mark's Square at the heart of Venice. It was built by the Molin family, who provided the ancient Venetian Republic with a dodge, Francesco Molin, from 1646 to 1655, and Mozart stayed in the property when he visited Venice in 1771. Residents will have sole use of a very substantial private courtyard and furnished lobby, designed by renowned Milanese design house CULTI. There will be a flexible concierge service, maid service and private water taxi service on request. The building is bordered on two sides by canals and has two water gates, allowing direct access by boat....
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The Property Files

9 August 2013

International Fridays

Imagine living in one of the most romantic cities in the world, and then combine that with one of the finest properties in that city, and you have Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro. Situated in the heart of Venice, in the lanes of the Frezzerie in San Marco sestiere and a short distance from St Mark's Square and the historic La Fenice Opera House, Palazzo Molin dates back to the 15th century when it was built for the noble Venetian Molin family. Unsurprisingly, the building is listed by the Belle Arti (Heritage Authorities) thanks to the historical importance of its Gothic façades and architecture.....
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Property Overseas Today

16 July 2013

International buyers snap up homes in Venice

International demand in Venice remains buoyant, accounting for 65% of all residential property sales, research shows... One property of interest is Palazzo Molin, which has a magnificent Gothic façade and is in the highly desirable San Marco district, moments from St Mark's Square and the La Fenice Opera House....
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Waterfront Magazine

5 June 2013

Palazzo Molin

Palazzo Molin is a 15th century listed palazzo situated in the heart of Venice and currently being restored and converted into 17 very highly specified apartments. The building is listed by the Belle Arti for the historical importance of its facades and architecture, which are contrasted by the contemporary design of its interiors - a very rare combination in Venice...

Zillion Magazine

May 2013

A Venetian Dream

Fancy living in a 15th century Venetian palazzo, but with the added benefit of next generation mod cons? Then the Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro might be your dream home...

British Airways First Life Magazine and iPad App

2 May 2013

Venetian Dream

Own a slice of history in one of the world's most romantic cities. Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro, a 15th-century listed building where Mozart once stayed, is just moments from Piazza San Marco and has been converted into 17 luxury apartments...

Daily Telegraph

17 April 2013

Homes with charming courtyards for sale

Right in the heart of Venice is a 15th century palace being converted into 17 apartments.Residents will have access to a peaceful central courtyard that features a water fountain.

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Daily Telegraph

12 April 2013

10 properties with safe haven appeal

Venice's enduring appeal, along with its small size, means that prices are reliable even as the rest of Italy struggles. This 15th-century palace in the heart of the city is being converted into elegant apartments. Prices start at £624,000 for a one-bedroom, but rental income should be roughly £2,500 pcm...

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Identity Middle East

1 April 2013

Transcendent Italy

...For many people, including homebuyers, the romance of the country, its history, culture, breathtaking landscapes and hot summers are what count...

Your Marylebone/Your Knightsbridge

1 April 2013

Ditch the Grey

In Venice, just ten minutes from St Mark's Square and the Rialto Bridge, the elegantly beautiful 15th century listed palazzo, Palazzo Molin, is being carefully restored to house 17 contemporary apartments within classic Venetian architecture...

Sunday Express

3 March 2013

Fantasy house of the month: a converted Venetian Palazzo

To enjoy Venice at all, you must visit it in winter, preferably not at the weekend, unless of course you can afford to be a resident and enjoy it at will. That dream could be a reality with the launch by Sotheby's International Realty of the converted 15th-century Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro in the heart of the city...

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Business Wire

11 February 2013

Show Apartment Launched at Palazzo Molin, Venice

Venice Sotheby's International Realty today announced the launch of a show apartment at Palazzo Molin, the 15th century listed palazzo at the heart of Venice which is currently being restored and converted into 17 contemporary apartments. The one-bedroom show apartment has been designed by renowned Milanese design house Culti, and showcases the high ceilings, elegant bathrooms and quality of design and finish that those buying an apartment can expect...

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Daily Telegraph

19 January 2013

The best places in Europe to make money from property

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The Times

18 January 2013

Palazzo is the perfect party pad

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Evening Standard

12 December 2012

National debt isn't always bad news

In Venice, where 30 weeks' annual rent is possible, Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro in San Marco is a 15th-century gothic palace being converted into 17 apartments. Muted interiors, strong architectural integrity and a canal-front location with communal courtyard gardens make this an exciting and very rare project in the city of water...

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Country Life International

Autumn 2012

Venice view

Milan's most fashionable design house has just completed the interiors of a collection of 17 contemporary apartments for sale in a 15th-century palazzo in San Marco. CULTI has created sophisticated and striking finishes, maximising natural light in the apartments at the same time as respecting the period architecture of the building...

The London Magazine

November 2012

Old Venice, modern twist

A historic 15th-century palace, Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro, has been transformed into 17 contemporary apartments by leading Venetian architects and Milanese designers Culti...

Luxury

November 2012

A view over Venice

What do you get when you combine a 15th-century palazzo and an uber-contemporary designer house? The Palazzo Molin delo Cuoridoro draws in residents with a captivating combination of old and new...

Evening Standard

24 October 2012

Buy in Venice and enjoy the love affair

...In a city with such draconain planning laws, the renovation of an entire palazzo is a noteworthy story. Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro in the heart of San Marco, two minutes' walk from St Mark's Square, is a 16th-century gothic palace now being converted into 17 apartments...

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Conde Nast

1 October 2012

Anyone for Venice?

What happened when Milan's most fashionable design house was allowed to reinvent a 15th-century palazzo in the heart of Venice? The answer is Palazzo Molin del cuoridoro, near the Barcaroli and Fuseri canals, whose listed façade conceals 17 prestigious apartments designed by Culti. All have serene, contemporary interiors that enhance the original architectural features. A central lobby opens onto a lush central courtyard with a water feature...

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Asia Tatler

September 2012

Asia Tatler Property rounds up the hottest new developments around the world

Moments from Italy's historic opera house, La Fenice, lies the Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro, a restoration of a 15th-century palace...

The Week

1 September 2012

Best properties

...The restored 15th Century palazzo has been converted into 17 apartments, with interiors designed by Milan's Culti design house. Apartments range from 1-beds to 4-beds, and all have access to a platform on the 4th floor, which has stunning views over the city...

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Centurion Magazine (online)

25 August 2012

La Dolce Venezia

...Palazzo Molin is situated in the central and historic San Marco area of the city, at the confluence of the Barcaroli and Fuseri canals. The property dates back to the fifteenth century and the noble Molin family, whose coat of arms adorns the building's façade. Individual apartments are located here on four floors...

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A Place In The Sun

August 2012

A fifteenth century listed palazzo is being converted into apartments with a high-spec finish...

International Property

August 2012

San Marco, Venice

A grand restoration of an historic 17th century palazzo in the heart of Venice has created a collection of 17 contemporary apartments behind its listed facade - with interiors by Milan's most fashionable design house...

The Sunday Times

22 July 2012

Three tempting waterfront homes for sale in La Serenissima

Just two minutes' walk from Piazza San Marco, Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro, a listed 15th-century palace on the Barcaroli Canal, is being converted into 17 flats, with two boat docks...
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Exceptional Properties Online

19 June 2012

A Palatial Address on the Canals of Venice

...Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro, where a grand restoration of an historic 15th century palazzo in the heart of Venice has created a collection of exquisite apartments with interiors by Milan’s most fashionable design house. Located in San Marco, in the romantic lanes of the “Frezzerie” and only a few steps away from the historic opera house, La Fenice, the palazzo stands at the meeting point of the Barcaroli and Fuseri Canals, reached from the private Calle del Cuoridoro. The building is listed by the Belle Arti (heritage authorities), and is noted for the historical importance of its facades and architecture. Its name “del Cuoridoro” reflects the ancient art of painting on golden leather, which was popular from the 15th to the 17th centuries. Many noble palaces in Venice had walls and furniture decorated with “Cuoridoro” panels. At the entrance to the palazzo, a striking coat of arms of its original owners, the noble family of Molin, is the historic seal of a building restored and converted by leading Venetian architects into 17 prestigious apartments...
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Primelocation.com

20 June 2012

Historic restored 15th century Venetian palazzo for sale as 17 apartments

...The recently-restored and converted Palazzo Molin del Cuoridoro, to give its full name, has a shabby chic canal entranceway which still manages to be grand; interiors by Milan’s most fashionable design house; a lush hidden garden inside as well as eighteen new apartments which – apart from homes on New York’s Upper East Side and Tribeca districts or Knightsbridge in London – can claim to be in one of the world’s best locations...
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Property Wire

15 June 2012

Historic restored 15th century Venetian palazzo for sale as 17 apartments

...At the entrance to the palazzo is a striking coat of arms of its original owners, the noble family of Molin. A central lobby opens onto a lush secret courtyard with a water feature, in the great Venetian tradition of hidden outdoor spaces. It has 17 luxury apartments which have a mix of contemporary style contrasting with the palazzo’s fascinating lineage and position. The building also has its own private water gates at the confluence of the canals...
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Blouin Boutique

Fine homes

...Milan-based CULTI has continued the transformation of this important Venetian palazzo, creating sophisticated, striking interiors, respecting and enhancing the period architectural features and high ceilings, while incorporating decor, furnishings and services in an elegant, classic and contemporary style...
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