- NSW Metro
- PRACTICE FOR SALE
MATURE VETERINARY PRACTICE WITH HERITAGE CHARM, HAS APPROVAL FOR FURTHER DEVELOPMENT
About the practice
This veterinary practice, which has been established for over 30 years, solely operates five and a half days a week, grossing over half a million dollars annually. The practice has kept its original heritage charm, with one surgery and two prep-rooms, a consulting room and all the essentials, such as isolation ward, kennels and staff-room. It also has approval for the development of additional kennels.
The practice currently doesn’t do house calls or large animal work, but this is possible for the purchaser, if they wish. There is on-site parking, as well as ample on-street parking. The vendor is selling to phase into retirement and is willing to stay on part-time to mentor the purchaser.
About the premises
This veterinary practice is in a residential conversion that has kept its original heritage charm, in a commercial area in town. There is visible signage outside the premises, giving it maximum exposure to pedestrian and car traffic passing through the area, and those visiting the surrounding business. The practice has a spacious reception and waiting area, and consists of one main surgery and a minor surgery-prep room, along with an isolation area, second prep-room, consulting room, kennel area, staff-room, office, laundry and bathroom. There has also been approval given for the construction of additional kennels on the property. The practice is only 5 kilometres from the main town and is surrounded by commercial businesses. It has on-site parking, with a carport and verandah, as well as plenty of on-street parking.
About the area
Wagga Wagga is a major regional city in the Riverina region of NSW, straddling the Murrumbidgee River, with an urban population of 55,820 people. It is the state's largest inland city and is an important agricultural, military and transport hub of Australia. Wagga Wagga is located midway between Sydney and Melbourne.
The main shopping street of Wagga Wagga is Baylis Street, which becomes Fitzmaurice Street at the northern end. There are several secondary and primary schools within close proximity, less than five-minutes' drive from the practice. The Botanical Gardens are only two and half kilometres away. The Murrumbidgee River at Wagga Wagga forms into a large sandy beach, and is a popular location for swimming, picnics and barbecues during the warmer months. It is located less than five kilometres from the practice. There are three schools 1.5 kilometres from the practice.