• NSW Country
Approx. location The Hills District
Code VET2765


About the practice

Are you looking for a high grossing, well-established clinic in a location that perfectly balances the advantages of country and city living? This clinic offers the purchaser the slower pace of country living, with the benefit of the suburb’s proximity to metropolitan areas, like Rouse Hill and Parramatta. The clinic has been looking after small animals in the area for over 30 years and has built a strong, successful business for the purchaser to take over. Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity!

About the premises

This clinic operates out of a classic homestead-style residential building that was renovated two years ago and is located on a tree-lined block of land. The clinic contains two consulting room, two surgeries, a caging area and reception and waiting area, with a merchandise section. Plenty of off-street parking is available in an adjoining car park, with eight customer spaces and five dedicated staff parking spaces. Large signage is located at the entrance of the clinic’s car park and is clearly visible to passing traffic. The premises sits in a predominately residential area, with large paddocks surrounding the property. The tranquil, rural surroundings of the clinic’s street connect to a major road and give easy access to the clinic via car.

About the area

The Hills District is a general term for the north-western suburbs of Sydney. Situated within the Greater Western Sydney region, its constituent suburbs are generally located in the local government area of The Hills Shire. An extensive number of bus routes operate in the district, operated by Hillsbus, Busways and State Transit. The region is served by the North-West T-way, connecting the Hills District with Blacktown, Parramatta and Rouse Hill. The Carlingford railway line, operated by Sydney Trains, was the only railway line located in the district until recently. Another railway line, the Metro North West Line, opened in May 2019, with a frequency of every four minutes in peak hour to Chatswood railway station, where passengers can change to other trains towards the city.