Littledeanlees has an idyllic rural location between Kelso and Jedburgh and enjoys tremendous outlooks over the Teviot Valley and the surrounding countryside. The property lies approximately 2 miles (by road) from Crailing - an attractive small village with a good community spirit and a village hall. Each of Kelso and Jedburgh has a good range of amenities including shops, schools, sporting and recreational facilities.
From the A698 between Kelso and Jedburgh take the minor road signed "Brownrigg" almost opposite Crailing and head uphill for approximately one mile. Turn right at the T-junction and turn right again approximately half a mile from the T-junction on to a farm track. This track leads over to Littledeanlees, approximately half a mile from the public road.
Littledeanlees is a pair of traditional semi-detached cottages, both of which would now benefit from some upgrading and repair, which could be combined to create a tremendous detached rural home with grazing and outbuilding.
1 Littledeanlees. Ground floor: Living room - 4.75m x 3.96m; Kitchen - 2.66m x 2.64m; Utility room - 3.02m x 1.89m. First floor: Bedroom 1 - 4.85m x 4.4m; Bedroom 2 - 4.87m x 4.01m.
2 Littledeanlees. Ground floor: Living room - 4.77m x 4.01m; Kitchen - 2.64m x 2.66m; Utility room - 3m x 1.9m;
First floor: Bedroom 1 - 4.8m x 5.32m max; Bedroom 2 - 4.85m x 4.04m.
Each cottage has its own garden and No. 2 has electric storage heating.
The useful traditional barn (5.8m x 9.5m) with hayloft appears to have great potential.
The St Cuthbert's Way long distance footpath passes close to Littledeanlees.
Mains electricity. Mains water through private pipework. Private drainage.