Cherryhill offers convenient access to the Stevens Creek Freeway because this freeway makes up its western border, while its southern extends down to not far beyond West Fremont Avenue, and its east the same distance beyond Hollenbeck Avenue, while its northern border reaches the southern edges of Las Palmas Park. Most of the homes in Cherryhill consist of single-family structures, but two apartment complexes are prominently located on West Remington Drive: Parkwood Apartments and Cherryhill Apartments, set between De Anza Park and Mango Park, Sunnyvale Middle and Community First Schools.
The aforementioned hub of the Cherryhill community is a great place for residents to interact. There are a few dining establishments in this area as well, like China Work and Country Gourmet American Bistro, but when it comes to restaurants — and shopping, for that matter — you will want to take the quick drive east to East El Camino Real. Just north of this hub is Cherry Chase Elementary School. Mango Park features eight lighted tennis courts, the track attached to Sunnyvale Middle, and a baseball diamond. The Community First School features two baseball diamonds, a large grassy area and an extensive playground.
If you’re familiar with this area at all, you know how important the El Camino Real is … it’s simply the hub of shopping, dining and entertainment. In regards to living in Cherry Hill, the quickest spot you’ll reach on El Camino Real is the intersection at South Wolfe Road. Across from this is, importantly, the Sunken Gardens Golf Course, an accessible place to play a round of golf and a landmark in the area. When you need gear, Golfland USA is right across the street. Cross over Real and you’ll find the Chaat House, Piccolo Mediterranean Cuisine, Rajjot Sweets & Snacks and Chelokababi — Indian food served fast, middle eastern fare, punjabi-style Indian fast-food, and traditional Persian food dished up since 1979, respectively.