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Lot 2. A smaller dwelling, adjoining lot 1, and comprising kitchen, wash-house, pantry and two bedrooms: with court 25 feet wide in front, garden 43 feet by 80 as stumped out, stable and loft. The whole in the occupation of Mr Robert Tugwell. This lot is to have the right of using the well in lot 1 (paying a proportionate part of all repairs), and is to be subject to a right of way, for the occupiers of lot 3 to go to and from the said well. The purchaser of this lot is to put up at his own expense a pale fence between the garden and lot 4.
Lot 3. A dwelling house, adjoining lot 2, and comprising parlour, kitchen, wash-house, pantry, cellar, and two bedrooms, with garden; the whole being about 99 feet in front, and in the occupation of Mr Thomas Avis. This lot is to have a right of using the well in lot 1 (paying a proportionate part of all repairs) and a right of using the path in front of lot 2, for that purpose only.
Lot 4. A piece of rich land, lying between lot 3 and Glynde Parsonage, 83 feet in front and containing about a quarter of an acre, as stumped out. This lot is very eligible for building and possession may be had immediately.
Lot 5. A piece of excellent Garden Ground adjoining lot 1, and containing about 51 feet in front and 150 feet in depth, with the buildings thereon. The purchaser of this lot is at his own expense to put up a pale fence between the same and lot 1. Immediate possession may be had.
Lot 6. A dwelling house and shop in the High Street, Cliffe, in the occupation of Mr W Knight.
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