Leylands Estate is located in a ten-acre gated community, in one of the most sought after suburbs a few miles north of Derby city centre.
Set within beautifully landscaped grounds, the estate offers 84 one-bedroom cottages and 38 one-bedroom extra care apartments. All properties are fully self-contained and are suitable for single people or couples.
Local shops and amenities are nearby. A regular bus service can be accessed from outside the estate and a short journey takes you to the city centre.
Each property features a telecare call system, providing 24-hour access to support and maintenance. Residents can relax and have peace of mind knowing that help is available around the clock and that all maintenance and repairs to their home will be managed by on-site staff.
Our on-site housing support team are there to help residents to live happy, healthy, independent and fulfilling lives. Living on the estate can be an opportunity for our residents to embrace life in a new way and take part in some exciting adventures.
A range of facilities are available including a lounge or conservatory where our residents can meet, entertain guests or simply have a coffee.
With a variety of menu options, the on-site restaurant is the perfect place to have a relaxing lunch or treat yourself to some cake.
Residents can enjoy a pamper session in the hair salon and treatment room, and the convenience shop is ideal for those essential items. An IT suite is also available for easy internet access.
The beautiful terraces and garden grounds are idyllic on a sunny day.
There is an active social life on the estate with a broad mix of events, many of which are organised by residents themselves. Individuals can enjoy parties, entertainment shows, themed dinners, afternoon teas, films, games, keep-fit sessions, Tai Chi, art and craft classes, plus much more.
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“The support team are great and go way above and beyond, what they probably should, because they really do care about me and the other residents. It’s a wonderful community here and I always have someone to talk to. I’ve never felt afraid or unsafe here. It’s good for my family as they know I am safe, secure and settled here. People here are very friendly and you can have a chat and I’m very, very happy here, it has made such a big difference to my whole life.”
“Thank you again to the staff, going to Leylands had opened my mother’s life back up. When she went to the estate she didn’t know how to live nor socialise. My dad had died in 1963 at just 40 of cancer. She had raised her kids, then retired, her life had stopped, but the minute she got there, she started to socialise, going to the events and she just blossomed.”
Mary’s daughter Caroline