Sitting on an impressive 2.25 Hectare (5.55 Acre) site and comprising a substantial former nursing home and number of ancillary buildings, St Jospeh's House is a former religious institution that in recent years has been in use as a school. In various states of repair, the property would suit a number of uses subject to planning permission and could also be broken up into its constituent parts. Along with the existing buildings there is also a regular shaped 1.8 Acre site at the western side of the property which could accommodate a substantial development subject to planning permission.
1. Out Offices
4. Laundry Building
5. Gate Lodge
The oldest and fifth largest city in the Republic of Ireland, Waterford is located in the south coast of Ireland. Boasting a thriving tourist sector, an institute of technology and a number of private companies such as pharmaceutical company Sanofi, Waterford also handles 12% of external trade by value. St Josephs which has frontages onto Manor Hill, St. Carthage Avenue and Hennesey's Road is centrally located within close proximity to Waterford Institute of Technology and a 10 minute walk to the city centre. Permitted Uses Include Childcare facility, Civic amenity/recycling centre, Education, Guest house, Homebased economic activity, use by the owner occupier of a dwelling as a studio, office, clinic or surgery, neighbourhood shop, nursing homes, medical centres, parks and open spaces, playing fields, car park and park and ride facility, halls, community centres, places of worship, public service installations, recreational facilities and buildings, Residential, telecommunications structures and equipment. Protected Structures St. Josephs House, buildings, gate lodge and gateway are included in the Record of Protected Structures.