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Approx. location DUNEDIN
Code NZ9016

Strong orthodontic practice in Dunedin city centre

About The Practice

This recently renovated orthodontic practice sits in the commercial centre of the city. The vendor has built a thriving, growing practice, with a six-month waiting list for new patients. Despite the vendor only working in the practice two days a week, the business generates impressive figures. A new site was purchased as a result of the clinic's expansion, which is also for sale; alternatively, the purchaser can take over the lease of the current premises. The vendor is relocating but the staff, who have been told of the sale, are happy to stay on. 

Practice Type
DENTIST GP

About The Premises

  • Situated in the centre of Dunedin CBD
  • Sleek and modern surgery
  • 1 chair, plus plumbing for a second chair 
  • New X-ray room with CBCT machine
  • Close to a number of schools
No. of Surgeries
1
Real Estate For Sale
No
Turnover Range
$500K-$1M

About The Area

Dunedin is the second largest city in New Zealand’s South Island. It is approximately 4.5 hours’ drive to Christchurch, 3.5 hours to Queenstown/Wanaka and 2.5 hours to Invercargill. Its historic architecture, drawing on Scottish roots, has labelled the city the picturesque “Edinburgh of New Zealand,” at the same time as being hailed as New Zealand’s wildlife capital, with sea lions, fur seals, albatross colonies and rare penguins scattered across the dramatic landscape of the adjoining Otago Peninsula. Home to New Zealand’s oldest university, its most important economic activity centres around tertiary education; however, other notable mentions include manufacturing, technology, and tourism, which are popular in this financial hub. The well-tended community spaces, natural surrounds and commitment to sustainability won Dunedin the title of most beautiful city in the 2018 “Keep New Zealand Beautiful” awards. It is also the gateway to Otago and Southland provinces, which offer many outdoor activities, including skiing and other adventure sports. Commuting is made easy with the Orbus network, which connects the entire city with frequent busses travelling multiple routes. Dunedin Airport is just 25 minutes’ drive from the city centre and has daily domestic flights to and from other main centres in New Zealand and Australia.