CC Madhya 10.20

ṭhākurera nikaṭa, āra ha-ibe nirjane
e-mata nirṇaya kari’ deha’ eka sthāne
Word for word: 
ṭhākurera nikaṭa — near the place of Lord Jagannātha; āra — also; ha-ibe — must be; nirjane — secluded; e-mata — in this way; nirṇaya kari’ — considering carefully; deha’ — please give; eka sthāne — one place.
Translation: 
“Lord Caitanya’s residence should be very secluded and also near the temple of Jagannātha. Please consider this proposal and give me a nice place for Him.”