This is a private practice in Milford CT which I started cold 5 years ago. I am relocating from the area so I need to sell. It has a full lane of equipment, corneal topography (with wavefront), lensometer, corneal pachymeter, Humphrey visual field, fundus camera, and GDx. It has a small optical shop with roughly 300 frames. It grosses roughly $150,000 a year with a profit of $80,000. It is priced to sell at only $40,000. It is the ideal practice for a new grad looking to start a practice or an optometrist currently employed who wants to work for him or herself. Someone could very easily start building the practice while they work per diem and then gradually phase out of the per diem. It is a great practice for someone motivated enough to work hard and practice full scope optometry. FYI: Connecticut has very nice therapeutic laws.