Jeaniefield Steading sits in a scenic rural position 1 mile south of Blainslie. The rural settlement of Blainslie has a hearty sense of community based around the village hall.
Lauder is located 3 miles north of Lauder and boasts a good range of local shops and services including a new primary school. Jeaniefield benefits from lying in the catchment area for the well regarded Earlston High School.
Nearby Galashiels, the commercial centre of the Borders region, benefits from a broad range of services and shops (including two major supermarkets) and a wide variety of recreational and sporting facilities.
The Borders General Hospital and Scottish Borders Council headquarters are both easily accessible and the surrounding countryside, which is noted for its scenic beauty, offers superb opportunities for golf, fishing, walking, mountain biking, cycling and horse riding amongst other activities.
Jeaniefield is in an excellent and peaceful position whilst being easily accessible to the A68 trunk road that links the area with Edinburgh and the north of England.
1 Jeaniefield Steading is an end of terrace conversion of a traditional stone farm building.
Heading north on the A68, 3 miles from Earlston take the turn off to the left signposted to Blainslie. Continue up this road for approximately ¼ mile and take the left fork. Turn left at the junction. After about ¼ mile turn right signposted to Threepwood and continue up the road for 1.3 miles. At Bluecairn Crossroads turn right. Jeaniefield is the first farm on the right. Continue past the farmhouse and fork left to get to the steading.