£116,250 (75% Shared Ownership)

Property Type




75% Shared ownership Remaining rent Service charge per week
£116,250 (25%) N/A £160.35/week
Key features
  • Wet room shower system
  • Anti-slip flooring
  • Fitted wardrobes 
  • Patio
  • Shaver point over the mirror
  • Bistro
  • Hairdressers & beauty salon
  • Activity rooms
  • Pamper bathroom
  • IT suite
  • Communal lounge
  • Communal gardens
Property description

There is no need to leave the comfort of Daisy Haye, we have everything you want under one roof for you, your family and friends to also enjoy, making Daisy Haye a great place to live. When you become a resident, you can be as involved in the activities on offer as you choose, giving you the opportunity to make new friends. Why not take a break from cooking and enjoy a meal in our bistro or visit the spacious communal lounge to meet and socialise with your neighbours and friends. You can treat yourself with some pampering in the hair and beauty salon and take part in the organised social activities on offer or you may just want to have a stroll around the landscaped gardens.

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Am I eligible?

If you are aged 55 or over, our retirement living properties are perfect for you. For more information about your eligibility, please contact a member of our dedicated Sales Team on 0300 3033 619.

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Local area

Leek has many local shopping outlets and a range of pubs, bistro and places to eat. Its history is based on farming and textiles. Leek has some great markets; on a Wednesday there is an outdoor market for general supplies. On Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays there is the indoor market located in the old Restored Butter Market. On a Saturday there is a real treat with an outdoor collectors market, which sells all sorts of things, pottery, jewellery, antiques and much more. Also on the third Saturday of every month there is a fine food market which has won awards for great local produce.

An attractive development known as Getliffe's Yard is well worth a visit, where an interesting range of shops and places to eat and drink has been created in an historic courtyard in the heart of the town centre.

Leek town centre is situated on a junction of the A523, A53 and A520 roads. These provide good links to the nearby towns of Macclesfield and Congleton, in Cheshire; Buxton and Ashbourne, in Derbyshire; and the city of Stoke-on-Trent, in Staffordshire.

The latter has two junctions onto the M6, giving easy access to Birmingham and Manchester, while the A50 runs from the Potteries to the M1 near Nottingham.