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Approx. location BLACKBURN
Code V3134

Special Needs practice in a great Melbourne suburb

About The Practice

This practice located in an East Melbourne suburb currently operates as a special needs practice.  The vendor is a specialist in special dental needs and has owned and operated the practice since 2005. The practice’s production is split between surgery (45%) and visits to nursing homes (55%), with the practice currently visiting five nursing homes per day.  Although currently operating as a special needs practice the premises can also operate as a general dental practice.

Practice Type
DENTIST GP

About The Premises

This practice is located in a purpose-built building in a residential area. The brick veneer building is spacious, in great condition and is surrounded by leafy gardens. The premises contains one fully-equipped surgery, three consulting rooms, a kitchen, treatment room and reception and waiting area. The practice is located within walking distance of the Blackburn Village shops, local railway station and Blackburn Lake. Bus stops are located on both sides of Blackburn Road and private parking is available in the car park adjoining the premises.

No. of Surgeries
1
Real Estate For Sale
No
Turnover Range
$500K-$1M

About The Area

Blackburn is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, 17 kilometres east of the Melbourne CBD. The major shopping hub of Box Hill is two train stops away, while three buses connect Blackburn to Forest Hill. Blackburn has two railway stations, Laburnum and Blackburn, on the Belgrave and Lilydale lines, the former of which services the locality of Laburnum, in the western part of the suburb. There are six schools in Blackburn: Laburnum Primary School, Blackburn Primary School, Blackburn Lake Primary School, Old Orchard Primary School, St Thomas the Apostle Primary School and Blackburn High School. Blackburn has three significant bushland parks: the Blackburn Lake Sanctuary, the Blackburn Creeklands Park (comprising Blacks Walk, Kalang Park and Furness Park), which follows Gardiners Creek, and Cootamundra Walk.