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Property Description


This converted barn offers a wonderful sense of space from the outset and we approach the property via a wide driveway which runs alongside the property. The welcoming entrance hall is equally spacious and directly accesses a utility/boot room with plenty of storage space. To the left of the entrance hall is the large family kitchen with bespoke oak cabinetry, extensive worktop space and room for the big farmhouse table but also a kitchen island if desired. Beyond this is the spacious sitting room with double doors opening out to the mature gardens and the large bay window looks over the front of the property. 

The right of the property houses the bedrooms, the first of which can be found on the ground floor with one very large double bedroom sits next to a very well-appointed shower room and along the hallway is another double bedroom. This layout is mirrored above on the first floor with a double bedroom to the top of the stairs. The bright landing then accesses a family bathroom with a separate walk-in shower and the primary bedroom with windows on both sides which offer long ranging views across the neighboring fields.

The property has been superbly maintained by the current owners who have resided at the property for over 30 years. The condensing boiler was replaced in 2022 and the barn was originally converted in 1987. The excellent care continues into the garden which winds from the house and stretches towards the fields behind and is mainly laid to lawn with wide flower beds and vegetable plots. There is a greenhouse and also a wooden shed which sits behind a very spacious double detached garage complete with electronic up and over door.


Lower Weare is a fantastic hamlet that is hugely popular with families and retirees due to its strong community and excellent schools. The village of Weare is situated an area of outstanding natural beauty beyond the south side of the Mendip Hills in a popular part of Somerset. The senior school in this area is Kings of Wessex (www.kowessex.co.uk), in Cheddar, with the middle school at Hugh Sexeys, Blackford  (www.hughsexey.somerset.sch.uk) and the first school at Weare School (www.weareschool.com), just a short walk away. Independent schools are at nearby Sidcot, Wells Cathedral School and Millfield. Wedmore, Cheddar, Winscombe and Axbridge are all within convenient driving distance, only twenty miles south of Bristol city centre and four miles from the motorway junction, where there are more shopping, social and recreational facilities. The cities of Bristol, Bath and Wells are all within daily driving distance, Bath and Bristol providing excellent cultural activities. The coastal towns of Burnham-on-Sea and Weston-super-Mare are also conveniently accessible and there is access to the M5 at Edithmead (Junction 22, outside Burnham-on-Sea) and St. Georges (Junction 21, outside Weston-super-Mare). Bristol International Airport is along the A38, towards Bristol and this road is a popular route for commuting to Bristol.


Coming from Winscombe, continue on the A38 Bridgwater Road, through Cross. Pass the BP garage on your left and take the next left onto Notting Hill Way. Continue towards the school and you will find The Granary on your left hand side with a Debbie Fortune For Sale board outside the front. What3words ///announce.devotion.rewriting 

Property Details


Council Tax Band - F

Notting Hill Way, Lower Weare
Guide Price £625,000
4 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms

Property Location

Floor Plan

Wedmore Office

Unit 8 Borough Mall
Wedmore BS28 4EB
01934 862370

Congresbury Office

Bridge House, High Street,
Congresbury, BS49 5JA
01934 862370

Lettings Office

Bridge House, High Street,
Congresbury, BS49 5JA
01275 406870