It's nice to have an aerial map of where you are going to hunt, but I should caution you, that nothing beats going out to the property and doing a little in the field reconnaissance. So, after studying this a little more, I have some suggestions, depending on how friendly the folks are at the end of that street.
1) Check with them and if you know them, or they are sympathetic to your quest for hunting info, see what sort of activity they are seeing in the woods or around their respective properties. If the deer are regularly coming in to feed on their landscaping, then it is a good idea to offer to help them eliminate that problem by placing a few evening bow stands around there.
2) Also walk if you can from the back doors of their property out due East to that small clearing that is north of the pond and then walk down that trail... You might find that some deer are using their bedrooms in that thick woods there, and then meandering down to the pond for a drink. I would look for some good sized scrapes at or near that pond.
It is hard to say how big of an area that this represents, and I may have just suggested something that will take several days to thoroughly inspect, but you will be happier if you can take that time and really see what there is to see. If there are crops planted in any of those fields, then you know where the deer are going to stop and you can predict after a few scouting trips the norms of the daily activities.
Another Idea, would be to find a copy of Greg Miller's book here on the D&DH website, order it, and read it about "bow hunting in Deep woods and Forests". I know that they have a copy of it, so get that, and I am sure that will give you more options and some pretty good strategies.
For my two cents, I went with the availability of food and water, at just my initial glance.
Hope that this helps,