The village has many fine old buildings - notably the large church of St Andrews, the manor house and a row of alms houses - as well as a good stock of modern housing. A recent development was Highwayman's Haunt which was built in the 1990s on the east side of the village.
Leasingham has many facilities making it an attractive place to live. These include:
The Village hall was opened in 1999, by Chloë Alice Banks. The hall was built on John Banks' land, he gave them the permission for the new Village hall to be built, and was then opened by his Great-Great-Grand Daughter, Chloë. The local Cricket Oval's stand; The Tim "Slipsy" Pelquest-Hunt Memorial Stand, was also opened by Chloe in 2002. The stand was named after a recently deceased and admired local cricketer, who was well known for playing in the slip's position.
Famous people to have lived in Leasingham include: