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Brief description of site

Gott's Park is a landscape park and pleasure grounds of a villa residence. The grounds are said to have been first laid out by a Mr. White (possibly Thomas White) in the late-18th century. Much of the site is now a golf course.

Brief history of site

The grounds are thought to have been laid out for Thomas Woolrich by Thomas White in the late-18th century.

Location information:

Address: Armley Ridge Road, LS12 2QX

Locality: Armley, Leeds

Local Authorities:

West Yorkshire; Leeds; Armley

Historical County: Yorkshire

OS Landranger Map Sheet Number: 104 Grid Ref: SE264342
Latitude: 53.8034 Longitude: -1.60063

Key information:

Form of site: landscape park

Purpose of site: recreation ground

Context or principal building: golf course

Site first created: After 1767

Main period of development: Late 18th century

Survival: Unknown

Site Size (Hectares): 30

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