• NSW Metro, Coastal
Approx. location Edgeworth
Code VETN2285

This Practice is Located in:

Edgeworth in NSW Australia

Long established Practice in genuine growth corridor

About the practice

This is a great opportunity to own your own vet clinic. It is located in a genuine growth corridor of Western Newcastle; it needs to be seen to be appreciated. There is a Synstrat comprehensive report and the freehold comes with a bonus non-veterinary income on the same title. The practice was established by the vendor in its location 35 years ago. It operates 5.5 days per week. It is set within a 75sqm premises on 567sqm of land. The vendor would like to sell the practice to phase into retirement. He and the staff are willing to remain post-sale, to assist with a smooth transition.

About the premises

This practice boasts exceptionally high visibility on a corner block of the suburb’s busy main road; it has large signage on the front of the practice and at the intersection. There are two dedicated car spaces and ample street parking. It had its floors renovated and was repainted just two years ago. The vendor describes the practice as a modest, stress-free environment, with pleasant and easy-going clientele. The practice is situated centrally within a busy, genuine growth corridor of Western Newcastle. It is only minutes from a shopping centre that offers large Aldi and Coles stores, amongst others. It’s surrounded by three local schools, a care centre, a scout hall and a sport recreation club, each only a short walking distance from the practice. 

About the area

The suburb is conveniently located just 18km (20-minutes’ drive) from Newcastle’s CBD and picturesque beaches; the neighbourhood is also just five-minutes from Lake Macquarie, a local attraction. The Newcastle metropolitan area is the second most populated area in NSW and is part of the Hunter region, which is one of the largest river valleys on the NSW coast, most commonly known for its wineries and coal industry. The Hunter Valley is a major tourist destination and is the 6th most visited place in Australia, attracting more than 2.5 million people annually. There are many regular events held in the Hunter for visitors, including the Hunter Valley Steam Trains, running the first three Sundays of each month, and regular scenic cruises on the Hunter River and Lake Macquarie.

There is a major development that has brought many new homes to the area. Once complete, it will be comprised of a total of 1500 houses.

The Pacific Motorway leading to Sydney is only minutes from the practice, which is under two hours from Sydney’s CBD.

The area offers premium schools, a university, state-of-the-art hospitals, beautiful beaches and many vineyards.