Coordinates: 51°13′01″N 0°38′33″E / 51.21708°N 0.64257°E
Ulcombe is a village near the town of Maidstone in Kent, England. The name has evolved from 'Owl-coomb', 'coomb' (pronounced 'coo-m') meaning 'a deep little wooded valley; a hollow in a hill side' (Chambers Dictionary) in Old English. It stands on the Greensand Way. The old village hall was dismantled and re-erected at the Museum of Kent Life, Sandling, having been made redundant by the construction of a new building.
All Saints Church is a 12th-century Grade I listed building.
In 2012, Hill House (a private house) won the Minor Residential category of the 2012 Kent Design Awards.
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