Situated under 8km from the Brisbane CBD, Graceville is a quiet, leafy residential suburb bordering the Brisbane River. One of the city’s older suburbs, Graceville has some fine old Colonials, Queenslanders, post-war, and grand modern homes with many opportunities for renovation and growth.
With its own train station situated along the city line, along with a great bus system, transportation to the rest of Brisbane is fast and convenient.
The suburb also enjoys its own retro-style cinema, The Regal Twin, and a plethora of boutique cafes, restaurants and shops including Boucher’s French Bistro, Graceville Fine Foods & Deli, Three Girls Skipping, Goodness Gracious and Superior Fruits.
Graceville is a fantastic family-friendly suburb with a cycle way, sporting fields, two state primary schools, a Catholic school and plenty of secondary private and public schools on its doorstep.
The size of Graceville is approximately 2.1 square kilometres. It has 8 parks covering nearly 15.8% of total area. The population of Graceville in 2016 was 4,637 people. By 2022 the population was 5,001 showing significant growth in the area during that time. The predominant age group in Graceville is 40-49 years. Households in Graceville are primarily couples with children and are likely to be repaying $1800 – $2399 per month on mortgage repayments. In general, people in Graceville work in a professional occupation. In 2016, 74.4% of the homes in Graceville were owner-occupied compared with 76.9% in 2022. Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $1,335,000.
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