Mayfield Park, Derbyshire

Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Mayfield Park Have?

31 park home plots
Exclusively over 45s
Bus stop close to entrance


Located in the charming village of Breaston, Mayfield Park consists of 31 residential homes for over 45s looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. There is a strong community spirit in this park which is a good fit for the Village. Although situated in a village, the park is near the M1 Motorway and Derby. Mayfield Park benefits from the peace and tranquillity that the stunning Breaston has to offer. What could be better than retiring to a park home surrounded by nature and breath-taking views of the countryside?

This fully residential park of 31 homes is set in a private, exclusive environment that lets you live according to your own rules, tastes and preferences. Mayfield is open 12 months a year and welcomes you and your pets all year round. Therefore, you do not need to miss a day of exploring and going for walks in the nearby areas with your favourite furry friend. Mayfield Park is the ideal base for like-minded people in a friendly atmosphere. 

The park is well-maintained and regularly landscaped to ensure that you live in a serene space. Additionally, it provides a safe and secure living environment. A picturesque park nestled in a scenic setting, Mayfield Park offers its residents an active lifestyle that is ideal for pets. Many local amenities are available in Breaston, including a medical centre, a co-op, shop, and pubs. 

A few miles away, in the town of Long Eaton, you will find even more amenities. The cities of Derby and Nottingham are just twenty minutes away by car. The village has a bus service that allows easy access to these cities. 

Breaston was originally an agricultural village but developed over the centuries until it reached its current size. It is only separated from Long Eaton by the M1 motorway. Currently, it is mainly a residential area. Three pubs (the Bulls Head, Chequers Inn and The Navigation Inn) still have the same names as in 1846.

Mayfield Park is on the main bus route with a stop at the entrance to the park.


Mayfield Park
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