Kings Ripton is a small village of some 80 dwellings which is listed in the Domesday Book. It has some pleasing cottages and half timbered houses. The most notable of these houses being The Limes a Grade II listed building which stands opposite the church.
The church is, in part, of the 13th century with a piscina of that period and a Norman font.
There is also a Quakers Burial ground to the rear of ‘Quaker’s Rest’ on Ramsey Road where James Nayler a notable Quaker is interred.
The Village Hall which is situated in School Lane is a converted Victorian Schoolhouse.