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Search Aspect (Gotts Park )
Location - Leeds & District

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Armley House (Armley)
Black & White image18th January 1930. View of road leading up to Armley House. Now clubhouse to Gotts Park Golf Course. The house was the former home of Benjamin Gott, local clothing merchant and owner of Bean Ing Mills (now site of Yorkshire Post Newspapers).
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Armley House (Armley)
Black & White image22nd June 1928. View of Armley House, built in 1781 for Thomas Woolrick, a Leeds merchant. It was bought by Benjamin Gott (owner of Bean Ing Mills) in 1803. It is now a golf course and clubhouse.
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Armley House (Armley)
Black & White image18th January 1930. Former home of Benjamin Gott, Leeds Clothing manufacturer and owner of Bean Ing Mills (now site of Yorkshire Post). Armley House was built in 1781 for Thomas Woolrick, a local merchant. It was acquired by Benjamin Gott in 1803 who made various changes and improvements. In 1928 it was presented to the city by the trustees of Wade's charity and is now a golf course and club house.
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Armley House (Armley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Armley House in Gotts Park.
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Armley House, Gotts Park (Armley) (9 comments)
Black & White image29th March 1950. Former home of Benjamin Gott, Leeds clothing manufacturer, owner of Bean Ing Mills, Wellington Street, probably the first integrated woollen mill, combining steam powered spinning and hand loom weaving on one site. Armley house designed by Sir Robert Smirke, leading Greek Revivalist designer. Armley House was constructed in stone, circa 1820, wings since demolished, Gotts Park now a public park.
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