'- Nightingale of Cheapside Linnen draper claims to hold by free deed a messuage or tenement stable and garden containing in the whole about half an acre abutting on the chalk lane leading to Walton on the east part on the estate of Wm. Bury Esqr. on the west part on land of Wm. Belchier Esqr'
'On the right is a genteel lodging house, belonging to Mr Jackett (sic). The next and last house on the same, is a neat building, part brick and part stone, agreeably situated near the middle of the green on the north side, in the possession of John Clark, MD'.
'Mr. Pate, Opposite [Mount Diston, or Garlands, now Woodcote Grove] is situated, at the other angle formed by the roads, a genteel house, in the possession of Mr. Pate' [at Woodcote End].
'On the opposite side of the Green [to Woodcote House] is the residence [Woodcote Lodge] of Richard Harvey, Esq., an elegant residence replete with comfort'.