We love Urchfont village, which nestles just below the northern edge of Salisbury Plain. In fact the very first house that we looked at was situated down this lane and we would have bought it except that there was no space to park any cars and the garden was very small. The house itself and the location were lovely. If you enlarge the photo by clicking on it you can read the road sign, the address of the house we liked was " . . . . Cottage, The Bottom"!
There are lots of interesting houses in the village, I particularly liked "Hanover House", which I first read as "Hangover House", 2nd in from the right on the bottom row.
The village pond is lovely
as is the green
Like most rural villages in the area, the local community run their own shop, after they were abandoned by Spar and The Post Office.
Naturally after a nice walk we had to make a brief refreshment stop
On our way back to the car we passed this rather strange looking two-headed beast
and there is our car, parked at the bottom of the hill - Home James.