This is where you can get away from it all, but stay completely connected
to call home
Building a harmonious community
Surrounded by stunning natural landscapes
Ireland’s best connected new village
Everything on your doorstep
3 Luas Stops
Within a short walk of Cherrywood Village
Large Public Parks
With playing fields, playgrounds and green routes to encourage biodiversity
4 primary schools planned with one opened since August 2020
2 secondary schools with one due to open in August 2021
Cycle + Pedestrian Routes
Extensive pedestrian and cycle routes
Wildlife & Heritage Trails
An abundance of wildlife and heritage trails located within Cherrywood Village
Progress and updates
Cherrywood Site Acquired by Quintain
Having acquired 120 acres of land at Cherrywood in July 2019, Quintain aims to set a new standard for liveability in Ireland by creating a resident-focused suburb where all daily needs are a walkable distance.
New Primary School
Cherrywood Educate Together Primary School opened in September 2020. Currently in a temporary facility, a new state-of-the-art school building is under construction and will be completed by September 2021.
Quintain’s consolidated ownership offers a rare opportunity to create a new neighbourhood complete with schools and local shops in an amazing natural setting. Designed by Fletcher Priest Architects the Cherrywood Village masterplan seeks to create a place that is a hybrid of city and landscape – the best of both worlds.
Masterplan Exhibition Open
Appointments to visit the masterplan exhibition area are available through the sales agents, Sherry Fitzgerald.
Hundreds of Affordable Homes Promised For Dublin
Cherrywood Village will be completed by 2025, the company’s joint managing partner, Michael Hynes, said: “We have a very clear project plan in place which is realistic and which we are confident can be achieved by 2025, and possibly before….”
Planning applications have been made for a mix of houses, duplexes and apartments with further plans in progress. Projected to seek permission for c.1,000 units by end 2020.