About Graceville, the suburb
With wide streets, river views, ancient fig trees and classic Queenslander-style homes, when you think of Brisbane, there’s a good chance that the suburb you are imagining is Graceville.
Set between two reaches of the Brisbane River, Graceville is an iconic suburb, with generous homes designed to take advantage of river breezes and Queensland’s sub-tropical lifestyle. Tranquil, breezy and brimming with charm, this pocket-sized neighbourhood is a leafy retreat from the hustle and bustle of inner-city life and the heat of a Brisbane summer.
A leisurely breakfast, coffee and a movie at the historic Regal Twin cinema is an enviable Sunday for the professional couples who call this suburb home. With its spacious parks, passionate sporting clubs and a first-class public school, this is also a highly sought-after area for families.
Beyond the classic Queensland architecture that defines this place, there is a strong community spirit here, which was on display when the suburb was threatened by rising flood waters in 2011. The shopping strip on Honour Avenue hosts a hearty cafe culture, and the Regal Twin arthouse cinema is a cultural treat that can’t be kept secret by locals any longer.
Buses and a train station make for effortless commuting and the wide streets and parks are perfect for bike-riding and wandering. With a major shopping centre just one suburb away in Indooroopilly, and a number of prestigious private schools and the University of Queensland within a few kilometres, Graceville is both very central and exceptionally quiet – a winning combination for satisfied residents.
This neighbourhood is almost entirely residential, with character-filled streets of elevated wooden homes with generous verandahs and backyards. Heritage homes have been extended and renovated to suit growing families.
Buying property in Graceville
Over the last 10 years, house sales in the area have doubled. There is a wide variety of homes in Graceville, starting with small post-war homes selling for as little as $325,000 up to deluxe riverside mansions reaching over $3,500,000.
The median house price in Graceville is $831,000 (updated May 2018) with annual capital growth 2.73%. The suburb is in high demand, with the average number of inspections per property for sale three times greater than the average Queensland property.
Local Demographics of Graceville
Total population 4213
Median household income ($/weekly) 2136
Average age of persons 37
Average household size 2.8
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