A selection of four properties currently on the market in Waterford.
€565k DNG Reid & Coppinger (051) 852 233
There are some nice views of the River Suir from the back of Cedar Lodge, a cedar-clad detached house at Newtown Road, about 20 minutes' walk from the city centre. Measuring 2,799 sq ft on two floors, it has three bedrooms upstairs, all ensuite. Another two bedrooms are downstairs, one of them fitted out as a study. Also on the ground floor are three reception rooms - sitting room, dining room, and living room - along with a marble-fitted kitchen and a sunroom. Out the back is a sizeable raised deck with steps down to a lawned garden with hedging and shrubs.
€550k Brian Gleeson Property (058) 44200; Sherry FitzGerald Reynolds (058) 23444
Formerly a clinic (Strandside Medical Centre), No23 Strandside South has commercial zoning. It would make a wonderfully-situated family home in the heart of town on the Abbeyside bank of the Colligan River. It's 2,476 sq ft on two floors and as it's currently laid out, it has reception rooms, offices and a waiting room on the ground floor, and the same upstairs, along with a kitchenette. The rooms have nice period features, including sash windows and panelled doors. There's also a toilet on each floor. The grounds are made over to parking, with three entrances.
€585k DNG Reid & Coppinger (051) 852 233
The King's Channel development is in an easterly suburb of Waterford on the southern bank of the River Suir. It's in walking distance of University Hospital Waterford and about four kilometres from the city centre. Built in the early 2000s, No39 measures 3,348 sq ft and has underfloor heating upstairs as well as down, with a C1 energy rating. The main ground-floor room is an open-plan, split-level lobby and lounge with French doors to the garden. There's also a sitting room, study and kitchen on this floor with five bedrooms upstairs (two with ensuite showers).
€345k REA Spratt (058) 42211
A 30-year-old detached bungalow made way for this architect-designed two-storey home about three kilometres east of Dungarvan. Timber-framed and clad in blue shiplap, it has its main living room on the first floor, which is dual-aspect to get the best of the sea views. The main bedroom with ensuite shower and dressing room is also upstairs, with another two bedrooms downstairs. The ground floor also has the kitchen/dining room with a wood-burning stove and trifold doors to the patio and garden. The house is B2-rated with solar panels and a heat recovery system, and it measures 2,257 sq ft in all.