- NSW Coastal
- PRACTICE FOR SALE
Two Veterinary Hospitals and a consulting room for sale
About the practice
A unique opportunity is on offer to own two veterinary practices located in Forster and Tuncurry, and a consulting room situated in Nabiac, (20 km west of Tuncurry). The vendor has owned the practice in Forster for 16 years and the practice in Tuncurry for over 20 years. The practice looks after both small and large animals and offers a wide range of services. The vendor owns the premises and is willing to sell or lease (Tuncurry and Forster) to focus on other business interests. The vendor is a motivated seller and is open all reasonable offers.
About the premises
- Located in a two-story, purpose-built premises, with a two-bedroom flat on the first floor
- Positioned on the corner of a main road
- Signage placed at multiple vantage points
- Wheelchair accessible
- 10 onsite parking spaces available for clients and staff
- Premises moved to a new location in March 2017, only 300 metres from its previous location
- Located in a freestanding residential conversion in a prime location
- Large signage across the exterior of the building, which faces a busy road.
- 8 dedicated onsite parking spaces
- This consulting room is in a freestanding, recently renovated commercial building
- Located in the residential area of Nabiac
- Highly visible to pedestrian and car traffic
- Large signage placed on the exterior of the premises
- Street parking is available outside the premises
About the area
Tuncurry and Forster: The Mid North Coast region of New South Wales is about 300km north of Sydney. The region's main towns include the twin towns of Forster and Tuncurry. They are considered semi-major commercial centres. This part of the coast is a blend of great places to stay, eat and shop, coupled with beautiful beaches, lakes and national parks. Because of its close driving proximity to Sydney, Forster-Tuncurry has established itself as a popular summer holiday destination where, in the hotter months, the population swells considerably. The school holidays in the colder months also bring large numbers of holidaymakers.
Nabiac: Prior to the mid-1950s, Nabiac was relatively isolated, but the relocation of the Pacific Highway at that time changed its nature, and it has steadily become more of a highway service town for the hinterland to the west and a tourist stopping point.