Maple Lodge was originally built for the former Middlesbrough MP Trevelyan Thomson, who was a Member of Parliament, iron and steel merchant and soldier. The house was built in 1913.
Maple Lodge comes onto the market for the first time in over 35 years. The property comprises a large four bedroom family house with a two bedroom annexe attached. It therefore provides superb accommodation for a growing family or those requiring an annexe for elderly relatives or similar.
The property is complemented externally by a good sized gardens and grounds. There is ample parking on the driveway and a garage.
The property has a wealth of character with many original features including oak panelled dining room, parquet flooring and open fires.
Maple Lodge is beautifully situated in a secluded area in the delightful village of Battersby near Great Ayton, within the North York Moors National Park. It is therefore conveniently situated in this very picturesque rural area within easy reach of the nearby market town of Stokesley and Guisborough and within reasonable commuting distance of Teesside. A most useful garage with ample parking for two vehicles.
The substantial gardens form an attractive feature to the property. They are mainly laid to lawn with some mature shrubs and a delightful pond. At the rear there is an enclosed vegetable patch.