Co. Waterford
Cappoquin is rich in sporting history, rowing, fishing, boating, with many beautiful walking and cycling trails.

Cappoquin Own Door Space

Located in the heart of this thriving community you will find Blackwater House. This stunning, reimagined space (due to be completed September 2022) is the first of 4 buildings adjoining the town square being refurbished and converted to modern residential and commercial units. The famous Barron’s Bakery/Cafe and Market House Co-operative are also all within a stone’s throw of this fabulous own door space.

For your lunchtime and afterwork activities there is so much to become part of – Cappoquin is rich in sporting history, rowing, fishing, boating, with many beautiful walking and cycling trails. It is surrounded by fertile fields, forest walks and nature on all sides with the Glenshelane and Blackwater rivers running through it. The Knockmealdown mountains and St. Declan’s Way Trail are on your doorstep as well as several private gardens which are members of the Waterford Garden Trail. Cappoquin Community Centre incorporates a 600 seater theatre and has hosted live shows such as Christy Moore, Nathan Carter, Tommy Tiernan, Mario Rosenstock and many more while having a well-equipped gym, creche and training facility all under the one roof!

The possibilities of being part of this community will give your work a new dimension as you become immersed in these wonderful environs.

Project Background

Cappoquin Regeneration Company Ltd was established in March 2019, and has 4 Directors and a Management Committee of 14 persons all of whom are voluntary. Its primary aim is to improve the quality of life for the residents of the town of Cappoquin and surrounding areas, by addressing the issues of vacancy/dereliction/underuse of properties in the town, and reversing the current economic, physical and social decline of Cappoquin town. This will be achieved through collaborations with stakeholders such as relevant Government Departments, Waterford City and County Council, Waterford Leader Partnership and the Tomar Trust.

Cappoquin Rowing Club

The Company is a sister company of Cappoquin Community Development Company CLG (, which was established in 1993, and which manages and operates Cappoquin Community Centre and the services provided within, as well as 6 industrial units at the IDA Carrigeen Industrial Estate.

The BVEDZ group and Cappoquin Regeneration Company Ltd are working with dhbArchitects ( and with financial support of Waterford Leader Partnership and the Tomar Trust to develop the protected Blackwater House structure into a high tech, state of the art remote working centre to promote and sustain economic development in Cappoquin.


Pre-Furnished Desk Spaces: 16.

High speed fibre optic broadband.

Meeting Room.

Safe and secure building
with 24/7 access with own door fob.

A-Rated and Air Purification.


Disabled Access

Free on-street parking,
free public car park nearby
and storage for bicycles

Reception Area

Shared Kitchen

Cappoquin Area

Creche, Playschool, After-School.
Primary school.
Adult Education.
Medical Centres.
Post Office.
Public Transport.
Live Music.
Snooker Hall.
GAA & Soccer Pitches.
Public Library.