• VIC Country
  • PREMISES FOR SALE
Approx. location Bendigo
Code VET3550

This Practice is Located in:

Bendigo in VIC Australia

Premises for sale

About the practice

This small animal practice has been in this location for over twenty years and is now being offered for sale, as the vendor is looking to retire. It presents an excellent opportunity for young vets to run their own business. All basic equipment and premises available. No goodwill included in the sale. 

About the premises

This practice is located in a residential conversion on a large corner block of 650 square metres, with the premises measuring approximately 165 square metres. The premises is located directly opposite a large park, which hosts a range of sporting activities throughout the week and weekend, including football and cricket, as well as a children’s playground, increasing exposure to the practice. A general store and the Brougham Arms Hotel are also located near the premises. The reception and waiting area is bright and welcoming, and has an abundance of natural light. There are eight rooms, all with large windows, including a consulting room, surgery, recovery room and utility room. There is also a pharmacy, where x-rays are developed, and a laboratory. The practice is clearly visible to passing traffic, with a large signage board placed along the premises’ 50 metre street frontage, near the sidewalk. There are seven off-street car spaces, within a drive through car park at the rear of the premises and ample on-street parking available.  

About the area

Bendigo is a city in regional Victoria, approximately 150km north west of Melbourne. It is the fourth largest inland city in Australia, with a population forecasted to reach 115,025 by 2017, with an annual growth of more than 1,700 additional residents, a rate of growth faster than the Victorian average. Bendigo is the third largest concentrated economic base in Victoria, with a rich and diverse architectural heritage, which is a major feature of the city’s liveability. Preservation of the outstanding collection of historic buildings, places and mining relics is a priority for the city’s council. Much of the area, however, is national parkland and there is a substantial farming industry. Monash and La Trobe University both have a campus in Bendigo, as does Bendigo TAFE and the Bendigo School of Nursing. There are a variety of museums and art galleries as well as gardens, providing a good mix of recreational pursuits for locals and tourists alike.