The English Town Made of Wool

Every village has a group of teenagers dedicated to propping up the bus shelter. True to form, the local youth depicted here hang out smoking, drinking and causing trouble.

When chilling in the bus shelter, you must look your best: the figure on the right has clearly remembered to slap on that lip-stick before leaving the house.

And, judging by the swagger of the chap in the middle, there might just be a bottle of beer hidden in there.

From the bus shelter to the sprawling house, it takes all types in the village of Mersham.

This house is replicated to the last stitch, including a long barn with green doors. Great for keeping that tractor tucked away.

There is no shortage of windows in this particular house. They are even in the roof.

The owners obviously have green fingers. The crawler plant and blue flowers have stood the test of time.

Last of all, the house below stands glorious on its own, with a garden in full bloom.

Who knew that Noah's Ark was in Mersham!

ABC News' Ammu Kannampilly contributed to this report

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