GRACEVILLE QLD|| QLD|| 4075

Graceville is a quiet, leafy suburb named after Grace Grimes, daughter of local MP Samuel Grimes (1878-1902) when he was asked for a name for the new railway station. One of the city’s older suburbs, Graceville has some fine old Queenslanders and post-war homes with many opportunities for renovation. Part of the suburb borders the Brisbane River.

Median Property Prices
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HOUSE

$835,500
Last updated November 20, 2017
2 Bedroom – Awaiting data
3 Bedroom – $765,500
4 Bedroom – $972,750

$500 PW
Last updated November 24, 2017
2 Bedroom – $400 PW
3 Bedroom – $465 PW
4 Bedroom – $688 PW

UNIT

Awaiting data
Last updated December 1, 2017
1 Bedroom – Awaiting data
2 Bedroom – Awaiting data
3 Bedroom – Awaiting data

$400 PW
Last updated November 24, 2017
1 Bedroom – Awaiting Data
2 Bedroom – $400 PW
3 Bedroom – $473 PW

RESIDENTS
HOMES
FAMILIES
BEDROOMS
0%
Couples
0%
Families with children
under 15
0%
Families with children
15 and over
0%
Other families

Source: ABS

ABOUT GRACEVILLE

The leafy suburb of Graceville lies 7.5 km south-east of the CBD and is bounded to the east and west by the Indooroopilly and Chelmer/Sherwood reaches of the Brisbane River. One of Brisbane’s most charming and charismatic suburbs, Graceville predominantly charactered by Queenslander style homes Graceville’s local shopping precinct supports a trendy café culture, with an array of food and entertainment options including the Regal Twin Cinema. A number of popular recreational parks and easy access to the city makes this charming residential locale one of Brisbane’s most coveted.

Local Schools
Schools in and around beautiful Graceville.

Local Business
We eat, work, shop and play sport locally and are proud to support these businesses in and around beautiful Graceville.