Farnley Hall, Leeds 1306

England, North Yorkshire

Brief Description

Farnley Hall is now the headquarters for Leeds City Council's Parks and Countryside Service. Parts of the hall date from the 16th century, though it was re-modelled in the 18th century. The park is now open to the public. It was previously a deer park, which was landscaped in the early-19th century. Features include a pond and a ha-ha.

History

There was a deer park on the site in the 16th century. There was also a house on the site by this time, possibly a replacement of an earlier structure.

Visitor Facilities

Parks and Countryside Head Office 0113395 7400 Please see: http://www.leeds.gov.uk/page.aspx?pageidentifier=a9b1749a-1665-4d4d-bb03-9536c7b839b7
Features
  • Council Office (featured building)
  • Description: The house was re-modelled in the 18th century.
  • Earliest Date:
Pond, Ha-ha
Access & Directions

Access Contact Details

Parks and Countryside Head Office 0113395 7400 Please see: http://www.leeds.gov.uk/page.aspx?pageidentifier=a9b1749a-1665-4d4d-bb03-9536c7b839b7

Directions

http://www.leeds.gov.uk/page.aspx?pageidentifier=a9b1749a-1665-4d4d-bb03-9536c7b839b7
Contact

Telephone

01793 445050

Official Website

Click Here

Other websites

Owners

  • Leeds City Council, Parks and Countryside Office

    7th Floor West, Merion House, Leeds, LS2 8DT