Approx. location GLEN INNES
Code N2370

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GLEN INNES in NSW, Australia

Busy practice with large patient base in beautiful residential conversion

About The Practice

This well-presented and spacious practice was established 24 years ago by the vendor. This is an exciting opportunity to own a practice that currently operates five days-a-week and is in high demand by the local community. The vendor is selling the practice for a lifestyle change and is willing to remain for a short time, to assist with a smooth transition. The premises is owned by the vendor and is for sale as well.

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About The Premises

This beautifully-presented practice is set within a spacious residential conversion on a generous block of land, spanning 1200 sq m. The naturally well-lit waiting room has large, comfortable couches, giving the practice a charming, homey feel. The practice features over-sized rooms, lofty ceilings and floorboards throughout. Multiple windows in the surgery offer plenty of natural light and leafy outlooks. There are spare rooms and a considerable amount of storage space. One spare room is being used as an office, one as a kitchen and staff room and one more large room is available that used to be the main bedroom. The unused large spare room has a lovely bay window and part of the ceiling is glass.

Ample on-street parking surrounds the practice, which is located on a corner section of one of the main roads in town, with a large and highly visible sign facing the street front. 

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About The Area

Glen Innes is a town in the Northern Tablelands, in the New England region of New South Wales. The district has been a producer of wool, sheep and beef cattle since it was first settled. Sapphires are mined in the creek valleys west of town, and mineral exploration is ongoing. There are regular livestock sales in the local sale-yards and all of the regular service industries required by the community are available in the town. The conversion of State Forests into National Parks has led to tourism becoming an important employer in the town. Among the many attractions of this area is the Land of the Beardies History Museum, with its splendid and extensive collection of biographical and historical records, town parks, fishing, fossicking areas, Gibraltar Range National Park, several waterfalls, the Australian Standing Stones, which are large monoliths, and the World Heritage listed Washpool National Park. The town also has strong art and sport culture, being home to the longest continuously running arts council in Australia.