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29 William Street Waterford City, County Waterford

At a glance...

  • Prominent three storey mid-terrace office building
  • Situated in Waterford city centre
  • Suitable for a variety of uses including commercial/residential investment, residential owner occupier (subject to planning)
  • Rear entrance from Georges Quay.
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Three storey mid-terrace house currently in use as Architects Offices. Three storey mid-terrace house built c. 1890 extensively renovated in the 1990's to accommodate use as professional offices.
One of a terrace of three constructed of painted rendered walls, uPvc casement windows, concrete and suspended timber floors under a pitched slate concrete roof with clay ridge tiles. The building extends to approximately 138 sq.m (1,485 sq.ft.) over three floors.
The property is zoned "General Business" in the Waterford City Development Plan 2015 - 2019. Uses permitted under this zoning include offices and residential.
As well as professional offices the property could be renovated into 3 apartments or retrofitted as a private residence (subject to planning)
Internally the property comprises of 5 offices, boardroom, toilet, shower room, print room and kitchen.


Entrance Hall

3.10m x 4.10m

3.10m x 4.10m


Shower Room
Shower, w.h.b. and w.c.

First Floor

3.10m x 4.10m

4.90m x 4.10m Meeting room

Store Room/Office
3.10m x 1.70m Print room

Second Floor

3.10m x 4.10m

4.90m x 4.10m

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PSRA Licence No: 003613

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