Strategic site in Waterford for €9.8m

Site of more than 45 acres in Ferrybank, near city centre, can be bought in one of three lots

A strategic site of more than 45 acres, close to Waterford city, has come on the market guiding €9.8 million.

The site at Ferrybank is currently zoned opportunity, and is located north of the river Suir within a three-minute drive from Waterford city centre. It abuts the new North Quay €350 million residential and commercial development and train station.

There is an opportunity to buy the entire site, of some 45.2 acres, for €9.8 million, or a smaller section. Lot one is a plot of some 20.8 acres on the market for €4.9 million, with lot two a similar size, of 20.6 acres, also on the market for €4.9 million.

The site is about 1.3km from Waterford city centre, just off the Dock Road. There is also an entrance off Rockshire Road just before Waterford Golf Course, a sought-after address on the north side of the river with perfect views of the entire city.


The site is surrounded by existing and developing residential sites along Rockshire Road. The southeastern section of the land is highly elevated and rests over Waterford’s Plunkett train station as well as overlooking Waterford city and the Suir.

The selling agent is John Rohan of Sherry Fitzgerald.

Fiona Reddan

Fiona Reddan

Fiona Reddan is a writer specialising in personal finance and is the Home & Design Editor of The Irish Times