• VIC Country
  • PRACTICE FOR SALE
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Approx. location Maldon
Code VET3463

CLINIC WITH GROWTH POTENTIAL IN A PICTURESQUE COUNTRY TOWN

About the practice

A practice with huge growth capabilities is available in the Victorian countryside. The practice is currently run as a “lifestyle” practice, with its opening hours restricted to school hours. There is vast potential to expand the business by adding more vets, increasing the opening hours and utilising a spare room as a second consultation room. Whilst the gross income is currently good, there is scope to make the clinic 100% small animal, or to expand the large animal component. Don’t miss this chance to make this practice your own!

About the premises

This small animal clinic is in a purpose-built internal renovation in an existing large building (a large garage) behind a fully renovated two-bedroom cottage. The premises contains a fully-equipped operating theatre, consultation room, temperature-controlled hospital ward and reception and waiting area. The practice sits on a block of land with manicured grounds, has large, clear signage and exudes rustic, country charm.

The cottage is currently rented separately (for $250.00/week, contract expires in early 2019), but could become available if required. The current clientele come from up to 70 km away, from Maldon, Newstead, Carisbrook, Dunolly, Newbridge, Ravenswood, Maryborough, Bendigo and Castlemaine.

About the area

Maldon is an historic town in the heart of the Victorian goldfields. It is notable for its 19th Century appearance, maintained since gold-rush days. The town is located approximately 136 kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD and 38 kilometres from Bendigo. Maldon is a huge catchment area for business and attracts clients from within a 70 kilometre radius. Maldon is home to and well known for its numerous racehorse & thoroughbred studs, including one of the most prestigious in Australia, as well as sheep and cattle farms. Another highlight of the town is the Victorian goldfields steam train experience, a memorable day out for the whole family. It is sustained by its appeal as a retreat and retirement venue for artists and writers, as well as by tourist trade. The town holds several annual fairs, including a Winter Fair, Easter Fair, Art Show and Folk Festival. The main street is a hub for shopping, cafés and browsing along the historic streetscape. Maldon is less than 90 minutes north west of Melbourne and is accessed by road and rail.