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Dallas Road / Cook Street
1 Cook Street – Dashwood Manor

1 Cook Street, on the Beacon Hill Park waterfront at the intersection of Cook Street and Dallas Road, was built in 1912 for Arthur Lineham. It was listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places in in 1987.

It has been the Dashwood Manor Bed & Breakfast since 1978.

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Here is a map showing the location of Dashwood Manor at 1 Cook Street:

Here is a Google Street View image of 1 Cook Street, Dashwood Manor:

 

 

1 Cook Street, at the corner of Cook Street and Dallas Road. Built in 1912 for Arthur Lineham, it is now Dashwood Manor B&B.

1 Cook Street, at the corner of Cook Street and Dallas Road. Built in 1912 for Arthur Lineham, it is now Dashwood Manor B&B.

Additional Information About Dashwood Manor, 1 Cook Street

  • Assessed Value (July 2017): $3,477,000; Land $1,544,000 Buildings $1,933,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2016): $3,378,000; Land $1,438,000 Buildings $1,940,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2015): $2,560,000; Land $1,241,000 Buildings $1,319,000
  • Assessed Value (July 2014): $2,479,000; Land $1,165,000 Buildings $1,314,000
  • Canadian Register of Historical Places

A Brief History of 1 Cook Street, Dashwood Manor

1 Cook Street, on the Beacon Hill Park waterfront at the intersection of Cook Street and Dallas Road, was built in 1912 by architects Herbert Thomas Whitehead (1882-1936) and E. Stanley Mitton as a residence for Arthur Lineham.

Arthur Lineham was also involved in construction of the Fairfield Block, 1601-1609 Douglas Street.

It is on the City of Victoria Heritage Building Registry and was listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places in in 1987.

In 1978 the house was purchased by Derek Dashwood, who converted into a bed and breakfast. It has been the Dashwood Manor B&B since 1979.

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