Lower Leburn House
Lower Leburn and next door (Leburn house) were originally one house with connecting doors. Lower Leburn is believed to date back to 1766 and was originally built by Richard Bowden.
The Devon charter town of Bampton offers a range of facilities including, butchers, bakers, greengrocers, Spar shop, post office and many restaurants and pubs. Local amenities include, vets, doctors, primary school and pharmacy. Also, the town has number of community groups and events that run throughout the year.
Larger supermarkets and town facilities can be found at Tiverton or South Molton. Access to the M5 and National Rail links are circa 20 miles with direct train links to London Paddington taking around 2 hours.
Exmoor National Park
For those keen on country pursuits and sporting activities, Exmoor is one of the smallest National Parks (267 square miles) but arguably one of the most attractive, offering such a variety of scenery from high heather-clad moorland, deep wooded river valleys to the breathtaking coastline boasting the highest marine cliffs in England and of course Exmoor’s famous amazing Dark Skies,which can be admired from the grounds of the property.
Steps lead to the main front door which opens into the Entrance Hall with tiled floor.
A door leads through to the spacious Drawing Room with views to the front elevation, open fire, tiled hearth and marble surround.
Inner Hall with under stairs cupboard and access to the downstairs Cloakroom with W.C, wash hand basin and fitted shelving.
Stairs lead from the inner hall to the first floor.
Triple Aspect Sitting Room/Dining Room with inset woodburning stove, slate hearth, and seating to the front, low level cupboards and fitted shelving. The room offers comfortable entertaining space with ample room for a dining room table (as illustrated by the photos).
Kitchen- double aspect with views towards the 13th century church, tiled flooring, fitted low level units, wooden work tops, inset AGA (used for cooking only), feature bread oven, integral Neff hob and Indesit oven, space for standard sized fridge freezer and door to the courtyard.
Steps lead from the kitchen to a small landing area with plumbing for a washing machine and a door giving access to Bedroom 4/ Hobbies Room/Office.
This versatile room offers flexible possibilities for its use as either a 4th bedroom or alternatively a home office or hobbies room.
There are exposed character beams and a low-level window which benefits from views overlooking the courtyard as well as a further window to the side elevation.
A wooden turned staircase provides access to the spacious landing area where views of the town can be enjoyed from.
A door leads through to the corridor giving access to the Family Bathroom with W.C, bath and wash hand basin, window to side elevation.
Dressing room – fitted cupboards, window to side elevation.
Bedroom 2 – A spacious double room enjoying views towards the church and fitted shelving.
From the other part of the landing access leads through to Bedroom 1 (currently used as a first floor sitting room). This impressive room is double aspect and is versatile in its use. It has the benefit of a walk in wardrobe as well as an en-suite bathroom.
Steps lead from the landing to the second floor to Bedroom 3- exposed character beams, views to the west elevation overlooking the town and the neighbouring countryside.
It also benefits from an en-suite bathroom with bath, W.C and wash hand basin.
Accessed off of Luke Street, double gates open into the private parking and courtyard area.
Steps lead down from the kitchen to the paved patio area giving access to the former Coach House where 2 sets of doors give access to the Garaging/Storage.
To the side is an additional private seating area suitable for al fresco dining with pergola above.
From our office in Dulverton proceed out of town on the B3222 signposted Exeter. Pass through the villages of Brushford and Exebridge. At the crossroads turn right signposted Tiverton then immediately left signposted Bampton.
Continue on this road and upon entering Bampton you will travel down the hill to a junction. Continue for a short distance and the property will be found on the right hand side, identified by our for sale board.
From J27 of the M5, proceed westerly on the A361 (T) towards Tiverton, turn north onto the A396 at Bolham roundabout and signed Bampton. At the small roundabout adjacent to the Exeter Inn, take the 2nd exit signposted Bampton.
Continue into and through Bampton and at the junction (opposite the White Horse Inn) turn left and the property will be found on your left hand side, identified by our for sale board.