Real Estate Agent Mount Gravatt

Karalis Real Estate Agent in Mount Gravatt. Mount Gravatt East is around 4.6 square kilometres in size. Nearly 4.2% of the total land is taken up by 5 parks. In 2011, 10,891 people called Mount Gravatt East home. 11,845 people lived there in 2016 indicating an 8.8% increase in population over that time. In Mount Gravatt East, the 30- to 39-year-old age range predominates. Families with children make up the majority of households in Mount Gravatt East, and they are likely to pay $1800 to $2399 in monthly mortgage payments. The majority of Mount Gravatt East residents hold a professional job. In Mount Gravatt East, owner occupancy dropped from 61.3% in 2011 to 60.3% in 2016. Currently, $991,500 is the area’s median sales price for homes.

Mount Gravatt East is the ideal area to live in because of its proximity to Brisbane’s CBD (9 km), the M1 and Gateway Motorway, Westfield Carindale and Garden City, excellent public transportation, and a wide variety of excellent schools. real-estate-agent-mount-gravatt

The best real estate agent in mount gravatt. Since 1893, when the colonial administration designated the 132 acres of Mt. Gravatt as a recreation reserve, the mountain has drawn climbers. Three hand-built roads led to the peak when locals began building roads and a walking path up the mountain’s slopes using volunteer labour.

When a sizable picnic shelter was erected at the summit in 1914, Mt. Gravatt quickly became the prefered location for picnics in the area. It also developed into a popular location for car rallies and, by 1930, motorcycle competitions. On a four-cylinder Indian bike with a sidecar, a local champion won the climb three times.

Unemployed labourers constructed the existing route that leads to the peak during the Great Depression after a tiny kiosk there burned down in 1938.

Today The Lovewell Project cafe @ 185 Mount Gravatt Outlook Dr, Mount Gravatt Qld 4122  is a great place to take in the view, and it features a small playground and native plant educational walk-through garden to the back.

The Griffith University Campus and Toohey Mountain Reserve both have access to the Mount Gravatt overlook via car or by hiking through the surrounding wilderness.

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