Crailing is a charming small village in a scenic Teviot Valley location between Jedburgh and Kelso. Both Jedburgh and Kelso provide a wide range of amenities including shops, sporting and recreational facilities, hotels and schools. The A68 provides good vehicular access both north to Edinburgh and south to the north east of England and the Borders Rail Link between Tweedbank and Edinburgh is within an easy drive of Crailing.
Greenloaning has a peaceful, yet accessible, location on the north west edge of Crailing and enjoys open outlooks over the Teviot Valley to Peniel Heugh.
Greenloaning is a delightful former manse which exudes character and has played an important role in past village life - including providing a home for evacuees and containing Crailing's post office.
The versatile, family accommodation is well proportioned and benefits from a shower room at ground floor level and a bathroom at first floor level. Oil fired central heating. Working shutters at windows.
Greenloaning has a large, mature garden which contains trees, shrubs, lawn and borders.
There is a useful range of outbuildings with the house including an attached boiler room, potting shed and two single car garages.
The old orchard, which lies to the southeast of the house, has planning permission in principle for a single dwelling (planning reference 17/00559/PPP) and would form an excellent, level plot if desired. The old orchard extends to approximately 0.29 acres (0.12 ha) and mains electricity and water are available nearby.