Lerburne Place, The Lerburne, WEDMORE, Somerset
PERIOD PROPERTY IN THE CENTRE OF WEDMORE WITH A GARAGE .... Lerburne Place is a very spacious period property located in the centre of the Village. Originally two properties this is now one detached family home offering with many period features including the pump room at the rear of the house with the original pump and stone trough. On the ground floor there is a large sitting room with access out to the garden. A kitchen breakfast room, dining room, the pump room, downstairs WC and a utility room. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and the family bathroom. Stairs then lead up to the converted second floor with a large double bedroom and study area. A paved terrace across the rear leads up to the garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a summer house and rear access to the detached double garage and the road.


Steps up to the wooden front door leading into the spacious entrance hall with an oak floor and traditional staircase rising to the first floor accommodation. Under stairs cupboard and storage. An attractive glazed door leads to the pump room at the far end of the hall.<br/><br/>Door to:

Sitting Room

23' 7" x 11' 6" (7.19m x 3.51m) Spacious and light dual aspect room with a window to the front elevation and patio doors leading out to the garden. Stone built fireplace with an inset woodburner sitting on a slate hearth. Oak flooring and coving to the ceiling. Radiator.<br/><br/>From the entrance hall a door also leads into the:

Kitchen Breakfast Room

13' 10" x 10' 8" (4.22m x 3.25m) Another dual aspect room with a bay window at the front looking out to the village. A further window at the back of the kitchen into the pump room. Range of painted wooden wall and base cupboards with a stainless steel sink and drainer unit with tiled splash backs. Freestanding island unit in the centre of the room. Space and plumbing for a dishwasher. A door from the kitchen leads into:

Lobby Area

Deep storage cupboard housing the electric meter and fuse box etc. A second front door with access to the front, although currently not used. Door then leads into to the:

Dining Room

12' 9" x 10' 7" (3.89m x 3.23m) A light room with a large window to the front of the property. Natural stone fire surround with a wooden beam over and recess for a fire. Beams to ceiling and a radiator. Step up and a door in to the:

Pump Room

22' 3" x 7' 10" (6.78m x 2.39m at its widest) An adaptable space with the original pump and stone trough. Exposed stone work and a tiled floor. Light and power. Currently used as a hobbies room and further storage. Door out to:

Utility Room

13' 5" x 5' 6" (4.09m x 1.68m) Window and door out to the rear garden. Plumbing for washing machine and space for further white goods like a fridge freezer. China sink and drainer. Airing cupboard with shelving. Floor mounted gas fired boiler with heating time controls and a hot water cylinder. Flag stone floor and beamed ceiling. Back to the pump room and another door to:

Downstairs WC

Low level WC and corner wash hand basin. Window to the side elevation. NB: This was once a wet room and the electrics have been protected for reinstatement, if desired. Back to the entrance hall and stairs leading up to the:

Galleried Landing

Window at the half landing and a further two windows with deep sills from the landing area to the front elevation. Further staircase rises to the converted loft space with storage under. Radiator.

Master Bedroom

15' 11" x 14' 7" (4.85m x 4.44m) Two steps from the landing down to this spacious dual aspect room. Window to the front of the property with a fitted window seat with storage and a window to the side. Two built in wardrobes and a radiator. Loft hatch. Wash hand basin set within double cupboards.

Bedroom Two

12' x 11' 3" (3.66m x 3.43m) Another dual aspect double bedroom with windows to the front and side of the property with views looking over the Village. Radiator.

Bedroom Three

12' x 11' 10" (3.66m x 3.61m) Window overlooking the rear with open countryside views including views to the Mendip Hills beyond. Radiator.


10' 10" x 5' 5" (3.30m x 1.65m) Window with obscure glass to the rear. Fully tiled bath area with an electric Mira shower over and a hand held shower attachment. Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash backs and a low level WC. Radiator. Back to the landing and stairs leading up to:

Bedroom Four

T shaped in two parts measuring approx. 20' 7" x 9' 4" and 19' 3 x 5' 9 (at its widest) The staircase leads to this converted loft space. Overall there are four velux roof windows with views of the Mendip Hills and the Village. Two wall niches and a wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf. Down lighting. Currently used as an office space and a bedroom.


The front garden has a decorative wrought iron railing along the front wall with a small terraced front garden behind. The rear garden is fully enclosed by a wooden panel fence and a gate leading out to the road offering easy access to the garage. A paved patio, accessed from the sitting room and the utility room runs along the rear of the property with ample space for table and chairs. Steps from here lead up to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a mature cooking apple tree, various shrubs and herbaceous planting. At the far end of the garden there is a wooden summer house with power and light.

Double Garage

19' 10" x 16' 11" (6.05m x 5.16m) Double garage with electrical remote operated roller shutter door. Fitted with light and power. Alongside the garage steps lead up to a gate with access into the rear garden.


Mains gas, electric, water and drainage. Floor mounted gas boiler for the heating and hot water. At the time of preparing these details the council tax band through Sedgemoor District Council is: E (1799).


For the purpose of planning your journey the postcode for this property is: BS28 4ED. From our Wedmore office in The Borough the road opposite is The Lerburne where you have the local dentist on one corner. Lerburne Place is the first house on the right.

About the Area

Wedmore is a thriving Village with a range of shops including essentials such as the newsagent, butcher, chemist, individual shops and boutiques as well as pubs, restaurants and tea rooms. Within easy reach there are a wide range of clubs and societies. Most cultural and sporting activities are catered for in the nearby area. There are excellent state and independent schools locally including Wedmore First School Academy, Hugh Sexey Middle School and the high performing Kings of Wessex Upper School. Local Independent schools include Wells Cathedral School, Sidcot, Millfield and Taunton School. The property is within easy distance of the M5 and Highbridge &#38; Burnham railway station with regular trains to Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway. Bristol international airport is approximately 17 miles north.