The vendor has owned this orthodontic practice for over 25 years and is now looking to phase into retirement. The practice, which has enjoyed strong figures year-on-year, was recently refurbished. The premises is for sale, subject to negotiation. This is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a thriving practice in a vibrant part of the North Island.
The surgery is located on a street corner in a mostly residential area. The practice was recently refurbished and has multiple windows that allow in natural light. There are two surgeries, an X-ray area, lab, bathroom, office and staff room. There is also a stand-alone garage (50sqm) that is currently used for storage. Signage is visible to passing traffic on both roads and six off-street parking spaces are available for patients at the front of the practice. There is also disabled access to the surgery. The premises has authorisation for two practioners. Buses run along the road and there are a variety of shops, including a supermarket. The Hamilton Farmers Market is close by and numerous primary and high schools are located in the area and the surrounding suburbs.
Hamilton is situated on the banks of the Waikato River, on the North Island of New Zealand. It is the fourth most populous city in the country and the third fastest growing urban area. The city has a busy centre and vibrant entertainment quarter, as a result of the large student population (approximately 40,000), mostly based at Wintec and Waikato University. There are also numerous state and private primary and secondary schools. Hamilton is an important area for Research and Development, with around 1000 PhD-qualified scientists based in the city. Festivals are held throughout the year, including the Soundscape music festival, which is one of New Zealand’s largest street parties. Hamilton is home to many sports clubs and sailing is enjoyed for most of the year. There is also a local zoo, museum, observatory and six public libraries. The local airport serves domestic routes. Bus and train routes offer good transport links and scenic cycleways run along the river.