Location is key

Hansfield Wood is an exciting development of A-rated energy-efficient homes designed with the needs of busy families in mind. Located in the leafy suburbs of Dublin 15 and surrounded by enviable facilities, these three- and four-bedroom semi-detached houses are perfect for growing families who want the best that modern life can offer, all within easy commuting distance of Dublin City Centre.

Local Services

The village of Ongar offers all the local services a family could need, including a health centre and pharmacy, a barber and hair stylist, local optician and dentist, supermarket, butcher, café and more. You can expect a warm welcome in this closely knit village, whether you’re picking up a few groceries for a family dinner in Dunnes Stores or catching up with a friend in one of the friendly local cafés.


If you’re need of some serious retail therapy, the excellent facilities of Blanchardstown Centre are only a few minutes down the road. Home to some 180 shops, three retail parks, over 25 restaurants and several cultural centres, Blanchardstown Centre is open seven days a week and is considered one of Ireland’s best destinations for shopping and entertainment.



Families living in Hansfield Wood can choose from a wide range of schools within walking distance. Children can be schooled under the Educate Together ethos right up until Leaving Certificate thanks to the newly opened Educate Together secondary school, which joins the existing Educate Together National School in Hansfield.

For sports lovers, tennis, golf, martial arts and football are all well established in the area, while local GAA club St Peregrines offers training for even the youngest members of the family. The National Aquatic Centre, one of the world’s largest indoor water centres, is mere minutes away, and offers water fun for every ability, from tiny tots to Olympic-standard swimmers.



For rainy days, there is a wealth of indoor activities to enjoy in the area. Choose a performance from the busy timetable at the Draíocht Arts Theatre, or grab the popcorn for a family outing to the nine-screen Odeon cinema complex with its own ISense theatre in neighbouring Blanchardstown.

Hansfield Wood’s enviable location just off the M50 gives easy access to the very best outdoor facilities that Dublin city and county have to offer. Go south down the motorway to visit the stunning Dublin Mountains and its myriad of walks for hikers of all abilities. Travel a few kilometres further down the road and you’ll reach the stunning county of Wicklow and the wonderful estates at Powerscourt and Glendalough.


Hansfield Wood offers an enviable choice of transport links to the city and beyond.

Illustrated map of the transport network supplying Hansfield Wood

Connect by road

Connect by train

Hansfield Train Station lies next to the development, and offers quick and regular transportation to Dublin City Centre. A Dublin Bus Quality Bus Corridor servicing the 39 bus route brings commuters to the southside of the city quickly and efficiently, while the 39a route brings students directly to UCD in Dublin 4.


For drivers, Hansfield Wood is conveniently located just off the N3 and close to the Blanchardstown M50 interchange, which opens up the whole of Ireland’s road networks for those who need to travel further afield. Dublin Airport is also situated only 20 kilometres away, a mere 17 minutes via the motorway network.

Illustrated map of the transport network supplying Hansfield Wood
Illustrated map of the transport network supplying Hansfield Wood
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Illustrated map of the transport network supplying Hansfield Wood