IF INTERESTING UNIQUE design and being surrounded by young families with similarly-aged kids are two things you don’t want to miss out on, then take a look at Cherry Lane.
This new offer of two, three and four-bed homes sits on the outskirts of Dublin city in Cherrywood. On first look, it’s clear that this is a development with a difference.
Drawing inspiration from the rows of colourful houses in Copenhagen, Cherry Lane’s choice of house styles, heights and colours gives the area a flair of interest you might not get from other collections of new homes in Ireland.
All A-rated, the homes are cosy and easy to heat without paying through the nose when it comes to bills.
The modern kitchens are from Dublin-based company BeSpace and feature quartz counter tops, under-counter lighting along with handleless cabinets. Homeowners may be able to take advantage of the fully fitted NEFF appliances on offer, which include an electric oven, induction hob, recycling extractor fan, integrated fridge freezer and integrated dishwasher.
Depending on whether you choose a two, a three or a four-bed, some of the bedrooms enjoy en suite bathrooms while another family bathroom serves the others. The three and four-bed homes are spread over three floors and range from 126 m² to 160 m²
The internal finishes are also not so run of the mill when it comes to usual new developments. The floors in some bathrooms are laid in terrazzo tiles, while the walls feature herringbone tiles.
In terms of location, Cherry Lane offers plenty green space to enjoy the fresh air as it sits close to Tully Park, Beckett Park and Ticknick Park. If you decide to leave the car at home, there is a LUAS stop five minutes away on foot. Less than 30 minutes in the car will bring you to the seaside villages of Blackrock and Dun Laoghaire.
Tailor-made to suit families of all kinds and sizes, schools, cycle lanes and walking trails mean an easy and active day-to-day life.
Price is on application of houses at Cherry Lane in Cherrywood through Sherry Fitzgerald.