Making Realty a Reality
Welcome to Grove Realty! Since 2004, Melinda
Wiersma has been helping the community to sell or purchase homes in the areas of Cedar Grove, Cedar Vale, Flagstone, Glenlogan, Jimboomba, from Munruben and Greenbank to Beaudesert.
We are highly experienced in all manner of properties including residential, rural residential, rural, future urban and future development.
To provide a rewarding real estate experience for buyers and sellers alike.
The Ekka (Royal Brisbane Show) is on all week until Sunday 19th August. Whether it is the rides, the animals, show bags or simply the atmosphere, this annual event will please everyone! Tickets available online or at the Show from $35.00 per adult and $20.00 per child with family pass (2 Adults/2 Children) at $80.00.
The Jimboomba Markets are on this Saturday. Browse the stalls, pick up some plants or just grab a sausage on bread.
Just Rock Ipswich is hosting a "Back to 63" Classic Car Show & Shine Event on Sunday 19th August from 9.00 am until 2.00 pm at the Ebbw Vale Memorial Park Oval. Perfect for those classic car enthusiasts.
Thinking of building a new HOME? Qld's Biggest House Warming is on this Sunday at the new Display Village on Russell Luhrs Way, Spring Mountain (right next to Springfield Lakes). Starting at 11.00 am until 2.00 pm with 45 new Display Homes to browse. There are activities for the kids including backyard games, face painting and obstacle races and just for the cricket enthusiasts, Brett Lee will be present with 500 signed Cricket Bats available.
Jimboomba Region Iconic Homes
Here are some properties
that are well known in the Jimboomba area.
Dennis Road, CEDAR VALE
Embracing the southern edge of Jimboomba, on the left-hand side of the highway is Cedar Vale. Originally part of Jimboomba, Cedar Vale only became its own identity after 1972.
Those who frequent Dennis Road will be familiar with this magnificent home. Built in 1890 by Fredrick Kruger, the house was purchased by his brother Otto in 1905 who raised his family on this once, large, dairy farm.
Sold to developers in 1972 as a 1,300 acre holding, the property was reduced to just over five and a half acres and was purchased by the current owner's in March 2000 in need of substantial repairs.
Over many years this home has been lovingly restored and enhanced by a couple with both an eye for detail and a genuine respect of timeless elegance. Featuring bespoke cabinetry and vanities, the house now has three, large bedrooms with ensuite and is finished with a French Provincial touch.