Industrial units offer investment opportunities in Cappoquin

In Cappoquin, Co Waterford, Coldwell Banker Commercial is currently offering a light industrial investment property, situated in the town’s IDA Industrial Estate.

The unit is occupied on a 10-year lease from July 2017 by CIL Precision Ltd. with the tenants unaffected by the sale.

The property is being divested following the sale of the business last year to its current Irish owners.

Located around 1.5km outside the town of Cappoquin, it is easily accessible just off the N72. Dungarvan is just 15 minutes away and both Cork and Waterford cities are around 65km away in opposite directions.

This premises extends to around 4,500 sq m on a standalone site of close to a hectare. It consists of two interconnected buildings, one of which has been on site since the early 1980s with a more modern building added in 2003.

The selling agents say the property is in excellent condition and comes with extensive office and staff facilities situated to the front of the premises. It includes gas convection heating with onsite LPG tanks. 

Three phase power supply services the building, it is plumbed throughout for an air compressor system and contains a large onsite water storage tank. There is also extensive onsite car-parking.

Offices in building one cover about 355 sq m including a reception area, open plan offices, boardroom, director’s office, server room, canteen and toilet blocks off both reception and canteen.

Contact Gerard O’Callaghan of Coldwell Banker on 021 427 8500.



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