Approx. location HORNSBY
Code N2077


About The Practice

This well-presented three-surgery practice is situated in a prime location, on a busy street in the heart of Hornsby's retail centre. The practice has been operating in this location for 30 years, and has built a loyal patient base during that time. The vendor has owned the practice for five years, building it into a successful, modern practice, with up-to-date equipment, including an OPG.

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About The Premises

The practice consists of three fully-equipped surgeries, a sterlisation room, lab, reception and waiting area. The premises is a commercial suite within the retail heart of the suburb. The practice is close to a medical centre, pharmacy and many other retailers and businesses, and adjoins the large Westfield shopping centre. The centre contains over 330 stores, bringing in customers from the surrounding suburbs and areas, increasing the exposure of the practice and cross-pollination opportunities. Two-hour free parking is available in a council car park, whilst trains and buses regularly service the area.

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About The Area

Hornsby is a northern suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, 25 kilometres north-west of the Sydney CBD. Hornsby remains a busy commercial centre, just as it was a century ago. The western side consists of a traditional high street shopping village along the Old Pacific Highway. On the eastern side of the highway from south to north are the police station, the court house and the historic Hornsby Shire Council chamber. On the western side is Hornsby Park with the new Hornsby Aquatic Centre complex and Hornsby TAFE. The eastern side is dominated by Westfield Hornsby, a shopping Centre, which features two department stores (Myer & David Jones), an Event Cinemas multiplex, 335 stores, a food court and several restaurants. The intersection of Florence Street and Hunter Street became a pedestrian mall in the early 1990s. At the centre of the pedestrian mall is a large water clock sculpture. The public library is also located in this area. Hornsby railway station is the junction of the North Shore and Northern & Western Lines of the Sydney Trains network. There are frequent railway services to the CBD. Intercity and Express trains also stop here on the way to the Central Coast and further north.