This is another of the locations featured in the booklet Venetian domestic architecture, by Egle Trincanato.
It wasn’t easy to locate, and was another that required me to ring a bell and plead to be allowed entry. That obliging lady can come to my house any day she wants to.
Signora Trincanato comments “Of the 12th-13th century buildings there remains the arched doorway and probably the outside staircase (partly rebuilt). Near the entrance to the Corte stands a porchway with 14th century columns.”
I am so grateful that I was able to see and admire this private corte.