We are informed this building, located in the sand dunes at the top of what is now the junction of Pizey Avenue and Trinity Rise (top centre in photo below), was one of the first experimental buildings made entirely of concrete. It was built and occupied by the Akerman family, concrete manufacturers of Bridgwater. They were also responsible for the well known early concrete house in Bridgwater town centre. The Mount was demolished after falling into disrepair.
I have attached photos taken by my parents, Mr and Mrs Ellison, when they lived at “The Mount” Burnham on Sea 1949-1952. They loved living near the sea and in 1986 after thirty four years in Sutton Coldfield in the West Midlands they returned to Burnham on Sea. It was certainly a very grand house divided into flats at the time my parents lived there. I was only five when we went to the Midlands but I do remember playing in the sand dunes and on the beach next to the house.
Best wishes, Mrs Cynthia Boskett