Grange Crescent enjoys a secluded setting in a peaceful, leafy suburb of Sheffield, yet is only minutes from the city centre and the many amenities of London and Ecclesall roads.  Grange Crescent opened a brand new 12 bed extension in September 2014.  The new bedrooms are large in size, all ensuite and are decorated to a high standard.

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With 54 residential bedrooms, all with full ensuite bathrooms, Grange Crescent has a bright, light and airy feel, which our residents love.

The bedrooms are extremely spacious, almost like ‘flats’ with plenty of room for personal items of furniture and providing a high degree of privacy. However, as most of our residents enjoy company, there are individual dining rooms and sitting rooms for each unit. This provides the opportunity to eat, meet and socialise in small groups, which means residents quickly make new friends and get into a regular routine.

We also have kitchens where residents can make their own drink or a snack, plus the larger communal area where everyone gets together for entertainment, activities or a chat. Not every care home has a pub, but Grange Crescent does! We have our own bar serving alcohol which opens up for social nights each week. This all makes for a very sociable home, with much to enjoy and company or help when needed.

The garden is delightfully landscaped - mature, flat and accessible for everyone to enjoy. There is a sheltered patio area with garden furniture - a real suntrap - and a further covered seating area with plants, a water feature and a bird table. Residents can relax, watch the wildlife and enjoy the peaceful haven that is Grange Crescent.

It is also important to Sheffcare that we deliver value for money for our residents who fund their own care, we believe that we offer quality care at a very fair price and one that beats many other care home providers in the city. The weekly fee at The Grange starts at £592.


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The staff are marvellous here.  Really nothing is too much trouble.  I feel healthier now than I have in a long time, and it's thanks to them.”

When my relative came here, they had lost their mobility but they've worked a miracle and got them walking again"

I am telling you the truth, we couldn't be better looked after.  We're just a big family all looking after each other"