The B6460 is a secondary road in east Berwickshire. It was originally unclassified but gained its number in the mid-1930s.
Starting from the A697 a mile east of Greenlaw, the road heads northeastwards. It follows a course south of Blackadder and Whiteadder Waters through intensively farmed but rather lonely open and low-lying countryside, which frequently affords the traveller long-distance views. After passing Charterhall Wood the route crosses the A6112 at Mount Pleasant (the B-road having priority), west of Sinclair's Hill; it later crosses the B6437 close to Blackadder Bank farm. Eventually we reach the outskirts of Paxton, where the B6460 takes a turn to the right in front of the war memorial to end on the B6461 at Paxton South Mains.