A mid-eighteenth century house and park with a nineteenth century garden. The Harewood House park, designed by Lancelot Brown between 1758 and 1772, matured and 'took their place among the great landscapes of Yorkshire, to be praised by poets and painted by Turner and Girtiin'. J C Loudon suggested converting the lake from the serpentine style to the picturesque, or irregular, style. Charles Barry designed a great terrace, to create a transition between the house and the park.
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