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Unit 623, Northern Extension, IDA Industrial Estate, Waterford, County Waterford , X91 XH79

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At a glance...

  • End of terrace warehouse/industrial unit
  • 5.3m eaves height.
  • 2 no. 3m x 3.5m Roller shutter doors
  • Storage heating
  • Gross internal floor area ground floor 487.5 sq.m
  • Three phase electricity supply
  • Secure Business Park Environment
  • Surface car park
  • Close to the Waterford City By-pass and the M9 Dublin- Waterford Motorway
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Modern end of terrace warehouse/industrial unit including offices and reception area. The property is constructed of steel frame construction with infill concrete blocks and steel decking to eaves height (approx. 5.3m) on a floated concrete floor under a pitched insulated steel deck roof.

The unit has a two storey prefabricated office section and a steel framed mezzanine floor c. 163 sq.m with an open balcony. At ground and first floor level the office section provides four cellular offices, a reception area and two separate toilets.





Office 1

Office 2

Ladies and gents toilets


Office 3

Office 4



The property is located on the IDA Estate Northern Extension which is located on the Cleaboy Road approx. 2 km west of Waterford City centre and approx. 1 km east of the Outer Ring Road which links with the N25 By-pass and bridge providing access to the M9 Waterford â€" Dublin motorway and all other inter urban routes.

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PSRA Licence No: 003613

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Use the form below to get in touch with REA O'Shea O'Toole (Waterford City) or call them on (051) 876 757

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