It's hard to identify the palazzo: The palazzetto with the number CS 3059 and a private bridge also belonged to the Sagredo as well as the Palace with courtyard with the number Castello 721, which has a typical façade of its time. The middle part with serlianas in the piani nobili is set back.
The late baroque gate in the Calle Sagredo is according to Alvise Zorzi in "Venezia Scomparsa" part of a destroyed palazzo Sagredo, but further research is difficult due to the destructions in this area caused by the erection of minor housing.
Prof. M. Scolari
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Venice architecture - palaces