Higher Lane, Kerridge
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A beautiful row of stone built cottages perched high on the hillside and commanding outstanding views over the countryside. With its setted road and stone walls the top end of this cul de sac is one of the most delightful roads in the district.
Because these cottages and others nearby were once the homes of quarry workers there is a maze of footpaths around them, many of them paved with stone slabs. One even has a tunnel where it passes beneath the remains of a long disused quarry building. Note that only about half the road as marked on the Google map is accessible to vehicles. The remainder is all private but accessible on foot.
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Approach off Oak Lane, Kerridge.
Nearest shops - Bollington
Nearest pub - Bull's Head
Council Ward - East.
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Note: There is an error on the Google map - Higher Lane is the one running parallel to Windmill Lane. The one marked close to Oak Lane is actually the Rally road.
Conservation: This street is in the Kerridge Conservation
Area. Numbers 1-5, 2-14, 18-24, 28-40, Endon House, Meadow
Cottage and The Barn are subject to Article 4 Direction.