Four Bedroom Home, Domville, Cherrywood, Co. Dublin
4 bedroom, 3 bathrooms, house for sale
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Please contact joint agents Dillon Marshall, email@example.com & Hooke and MacDonald, firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.Domville is a new high quality development of 80 houses in a prime South Dublin location with excellent transport links.
Please contact joint agents Dillon Marshall, email@example.com or Hooke or MacDonald, firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.
This is a well designed development with a very attractive site layout incorporating well positioned residents open space at Domville Square and a children’ s play area. Domville Park features private rear gardens.
The development contains a fine mix of house types, 41 of which are three bedroom two storey houses and 39 are three storey four bedroom houses. There is a mixtures of semi-detached, end houses and mid terrace house spread over the seven house plan types.
Cherrywood is one of the best serviced locations in Ireland. Dublin Airport is just 35 minutes away, the M50 and N11 are within a one-minute drive, and dedicated Luas stops (including Brides Glen and Cherrywood) are just around the corner. The city centre is just 25 minutes away, and access is also available via a 5-minute walk approximately to a bus stop that is on the most frequent serviced bus route in the country, the N11. The journey time to O’ Connell Street aboard the cross-town 155, which traverses the city, is 50 minutes in duration. The stop is also serviced by the number 145, which takes you to Heuston Station and other bus routes.
Cherrywood is South County Dublin’ s newest urban centre, with its excellent development potential enhanced by the proximity to so many amenities. Cherrywood is one of the best planned urban areas in Ireland.
The surrounding towns of Dalkey, Killiney, Foxrock, Cabinteely and Enniskerry are all less than about a 15-minute drive away, which are known for their excellent cafes, restaurants, bars and leisure facilities.
The neighbouring Cabinteely village contains every local business a family needs, and is also served by two large shopping centres. The neighbouring Cornelscourt Centre is home to the renowned flagship store of Dunnes Stores, while The Park in Carrickmines includes major retailers, including Harvey Norman, TK Maxx and Heatons, among other big names.
A short drive or trip on the Luas provides access to Dundrum Town Centre, the largest and most exclusive retail shopping centre in Ireland. Cherrywood, with its planned vibrant village centre will provide shops, restaurants and cafes, and crcche facilities once completed.
Cherrywood to Cornelscourt Greenway
Dublin Cycling Campaign recently lodged a detailed submission with Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council (DLRCC) in relation to a proposed 1.9km long greenway/cycle route from
Cherrywood to Cornelscourt:
This route is an important link in the long term development of the Greater Dublin Cycle Network, and particularly in the proposed continued development of the Cherrywood complex. It is proposed that the route will be constructed to the highest standards so to encourage maximum use for people on bicycles of all ages and abilities. This is why the Campaign is ensuring that routes adhere to the appropriate standards. The potential to link to a wider rural greenway network from Cherrywood is also an important feature.
Tully Park is located at the centre of the Cherrywood SDZ development, and the park itself is centered on the ruins of Tully Church. The design provides an appropriate setting for this National Monument, as well as a variety of facilities to support the needs of the local population, befitting its designation in the planning scheme as a ‘ Flagship Park’ . There are associated roadways, footpaths, cycle lanes and car parking, also a park building (cafe) and public lighting.
The design concept for Tully Park creates high quality spaces with a range of facilities appropriate to the spaces. The park is designed in four zones, each with a different, but complementary character. The space allocated to Tully Park in the Planning Scheme is split by Lehaunstown Lane, existing hedgerows and tree lines, and the topography of the site, which varies considerably in each of the segments of the site. The design uses these varying characteristics as inspiration for the features and facilities and also to create unique spaces that combine to form a single high quality park. There are interfaces between the zones and the adjacent housing areas, and addressing connectivity through the park as a whole.
These particulars are detailed for the purposes of representing the development only. Visual representations, finishes, layouts and/or scales may be approximate or representative of the development rather than exact specifications of the actual unit. The developer reserves the right to make alterations to the design and specification in the overall interest of the development.