• TAS Metro, Coastal
  • PRACTICE FOR SALE
Approx. location Penguin
Code TAS7316

IDEALLY LOCATED, WELL ESTABLISHED CLINIC IN A PICTURESQUE COASTAL TOWN

About the practice

This charming clinic is unmistakeably a veterinary practice, with its exterior décor displaying large photos of cats and dogs and a trail of paw prints along the front façade. The clinic is located in a prime position within a pristine seaside town. Since its inception seven years ago, the clinic has been providing quality animal care to the community and its animal friends. This is a fantastic practice in a great part of Australia and an opportunity not to be missed!

About the premises

The clinic's interior is designed with accents of distressed wood, which gives the it a rustic barn atmosphere. Every room is clean and bright, with warm coloured walls, high ceilings and an abundance of natural and artificial lighting. The reception area has a small merchandise store, which sells pet food, pet accessories, etc. There are several parking spaces available for clients along the street that runs in front of the practice. A few different bus routes service the area, and a bus stop sits 50 metres from the clinic’s doors. Within walking distance are many eateries and grocery stores, a pharmacy, the post office, and more. The beach and the town's famous markets are a mere 200 metres away, presenting great ways to take a break from work.

About the area

Penguin is a delightful seaside town, situated along the north-west coast of Tasmania, between Burnie and Devonport. Lightly humouring its name, the community has a quirky collection of penguins on the streets, such as small ceramic sculptures of the sea-bird along the bottom of rubbish bins. The area received its name from a nearby penguin rookery, which charms tourists from all over during the breeding months of September to March. The Mount Montgomery State Reserve lives in South Penguin and serves as a welcome mat for the Dial Range, which expands into the vast forest that blankets the entirety of Tasmania’s western half. With this backyard, both residents and guests enjoy all the bush walking trails the forest offers. For canoeing and fishing enthusiasts, there are several nearby rivers that wind around Penguin. Penguin is steeped in history, with 26 heritage-listed sites scattered throughout the town.