Approx. location MINLATON
Code SA5575

Long established Dental and Denture clinic in rural South Australia

About The Practice

This three-generation dental and denture clinic is located in a prime position within a South Australian town. The practice has been in the area since 1964 and has a monopoly on dental services, with no other competition in town. In 2014, the practice moved to its current location, a renovated residential-style dwelling with a polished appearance. This purchase is a unique opportunity to own a well-established business on the Yorke Peninsula and get away from the hustle and bustle of big city living.

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About The Premises

The practice is located in a converted residential building on a main street within the town. There is a bright, welcoming reception and waiting room, three fully-equipped surgeries, a kitchen/staff room and bathroom. The surgery is located in a prominent position on a corner block of the commercial centre, with 32-metre frontage and exposure to over 2,500 vehicles per day. The premises comes with off-street parking, including undercover parking and is close to a retirement home, district school and kindergarten.

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About The Area

Minlaton is a service town in central Yorke Peninsula, South Australia, servicing the agricultural district and coastal communities. Known as “The Barley Capital of the World”, due to its rich production of barley, it is also an area with a strong wheat and sheep farming industry. Located 200 kilometres west of Adelaide, via the Princes and Yorke Highway, it is a popular tourist attraction, as it boasts some of Australia’s best surfing beaches and national parks. Minlaton is a picturesque township with wide tree-lined streets, playground and picnic areas and the perfect place to stop for travellers heading south. There is a local school and a variety of shops centred around Main Street. Walking trails on the outskirts of town pass a number of historical and environmentally significant landmarks, including the only naturally occurring stand of river red gums.