Approx. location BATHURST
Code N2795


About The Practice

This modern dental practice is located in the heart of Bathurst’s main business precinct. The practice is currently fitted out for a dentist and prosthetist and has potential for expansion, with additional rooms that are suitable as more surgeries. The practice has been its in location for two years, providing the town with expert dental care. No goodwill is included in the sale, making this the perfect opportunity to establish a business in a historic charming town.

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About The Premises

The practice contains one fully-equipped dental surgery, one fully-equipped prosthetist surgery (with an in-house laboratory), a third room with plumbing, cabinetry and X-ray infrastructure and a fourth room with plumbing. The two additional plumbed rooms are suitable for use as surgeries and could potentially expand the business. The premises also contains a sterilisation room, which is accessible from each surgery, and an OPG room (no OPG is installed yet) with infrastructure, including lead lining and electrical work for the cone beam. The building is a converted residence on a main road; signage is visible and gives the practice exposure to pedestrians and motor traffic. Dedicated parking is available in the rear of the building, while on-street parking is plentiful out the front.

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About The Area

Bathurst is a regional city in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales, about 200 km north-west of Sydney. It is the oldest inland settlement in Australia, with a population of approximately 35,000 (at the 2016 Census). Bathurst is often referred to as the Gold Country, as it was the site of the first gold discovery and where the first gold rush occurred in Australia. Today, education, tourism and manufacturing drive the economy. The internationally known racetrack Mount Panorama is a landmark of the city. Bathurst has an historic city centre, with many buildings remaining from the gold rush era of the mid-to-late 19th century. The median age of the city's population is 35 years, which is particularly young for a regional centre (the state median is 38) and is related to the large education sector in the community. Population growth reached 1.6% per annum over five years until 2010, making Bathurst the seventh fastest growing regional city in NSW. This growth resulted in increased urban development, including retail precincts, sporting facilities, housing estates and expanding industrial areas.