Dorchester House, 45 Bedwin Street
Property SummaryDorchester House is a beautifully presented period townhouse with generous levels of accommodation and a wealth of character features. The Grade II listed property has been lovingly restored by its current owners with the result being a stylish and comfortable home, only truly appreciated by a visit. The flexible accommodation over three floors yields five double bedrooms comfortably, a sitting room and 7.4m kitchen/dining room, yet the configuration could be altered easily to suit different needs. Dorchester House also has some lovely additional areas with a most impressive reception hallway and generous landing areas. The amazing blend of modern fittings with character features throughout the property include the original staircase, exposed beam-work, and feature wooden paneling.
Well located in the city centre, Dorchester House is within easy walking distance of all the city centre amenities. The beautiful open spaces of Bourne Gardens and Wyndham Park are very close by. Salisbury Arts Centre is literally a few metres from your front door. An early internal viewing of this standout property is essential to fully appreciate what it has to offer.
Dorchester House is located in Bedwin Street, a short distance from Castle Street.
Entrance Hallway (2.9m x 4.3m)
Original staircase to first floor with beautiful original handrail. Understair cupboard. Radiator. Exposed beam-work and wooden paneling. Low level fuse cupboard. Natural stone floor.
Sitting Room (4.6m x 4.3m)
Lovely sash window to front aspect. Radiator. Feature fireplace with stripped wooden surround. High skirtings, coved ceiling and stripped floorboards.
Kitchen/Dining/Living Room (7.4m x 4m)
The kitchen area is fitted with painted shaker style wall and base units with solid oak worksurface. Inset ceramic sink unit with mixer tap. Built in gas hob with electric oven under and extractor hood, integral dishwasher, integral serving fridge and freezer. Window to rear garden. Travertine floor. Inset ceiling and under-unit lighting. Walk-in larder/utility (which has drainage to convert to WC if required)
Window to rear aspect. Radiator.Open fireplace with feature oak beam over. Built in bench seat. Wooden paneling. Travertine flooring. Television aerial point in recess.
First Floor Landing (3m x 2.25m ext to 4.45m)
Lovely area for study/seating. Sash window to front aspect. Radiator. Stairs to first floor. Exposed beam-work.
Bedroom One (5m x4.35m max)
Bay window to front aspect with sash windows and shutters. Open fireplace. Double radiator. Coved ceiling.
Bedroom Two (3.62m x 4.2m)
Window overlooking rear garden. Radiator. Coved ceiling. Wardrobe space in chimney recess.
Bathroom (3m x 3.6m)
Beautifully refitted with WC, pedestal basin, corner shower enclosure and freestanding bath. Tiled splashbacks. Window to rear aspect. Heated towel rail.
Low level WC, wall mounted basin with tiled splashbacks. Exposed beam-work.
Second Floor Landing
Exposed beam-work and built in shelving. Useful study area. Window to front. Radiator. Large built in double wardrobe housing pressurised hot water tank.
Bedroom Three (5.2m x 3.68m)
Very generously proportioned room which could allow for a seating area as well as a sleeping area. Window to front aspect. Radiator. Exposed floorboards.
Bedroom Four (4.35m x 3.45m)
Window to rear aspect. Built in double wardrobe. Radiator. Exposed floorboards.
Bedroom Five (3m x 3.45m)
Window to rear aspect. Radiator. Stripped floorboards.
The rear garden is a very private and peaceful space, a good level of mature planting make this a very attractive city garden. Immediately outside the kitchen is an area of patio with an outside tap. Steps lead up to a larger paved area with a shaped border running around. Well enclosed by attractive brick wall and wooden fencing.
The house falls within residents parking zone E with a great number of options for residents on street parking, also season tickets can be purchased to allow unrestricted parking in adjacent car park.