Survey by T P Smith of MoLAS of buildings to be demolished as part of the redevelopment of Eashing Mill. The buildings were the remnants of the main mill building and two conjoined cottages to the north west. The style of the mill building, and its use of two-tone brickwork, belongs to the second half of the 19th century, probably to the last quarter of that century. The cottages are so close in style to the mill building that they were almost certainly built at more or less the same time - perhaps as a single project. It is possible that the cottages served as offices for the mill, but it is more likely that they were for domestic use.