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The best Lake Grace Real Estate Agents sell properties considerably better than industry average figures, no matter whether it is in Lake Grace or the Lake Grace area or all of WA. We detail who these Lake Grace agents are in our free report.

Importantly it is the performance of the individual real estate agent rather than the agency used that matters. Vendors should only use those Lake Grace agents who routinely deliver superior results for their clients. This is crucial to maximise their chances of securing the best possible price for their Lake Grace property.

While we can review agent performance right across the country, we suggest focusing on those individual real estate agents in Lake Grace or the 6353 postcode and immediate surrounds.

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With Lake Grace property transactions only occurring on average every 7 years, securing the best Lake Grace real estate agent to manage this infrequent transaction is crucial.

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Suburb Overview

Lake Grace is a town located in the Eastern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, 345 kilometres from Perth along State Route 107 between Wagin and Ravensthorpe. It is the main town in the Shire of Lake Grace. At the 2006 census, Lake Grace had a population of 507.

The area was first taken up for agriculture around 1911, and in 1913 a school was established here and named Lake Grace after the nearby lake. In 1914 the government planned to extend the railway network from Kukerin to Lake Grace, and local settlers lobbied for a townsite to be declared at the terminus. The railway was completed on 25 November 1916, and terminated close to the site of the existing school. The townsite of Lake Grace was gazetted later in 1916. The branch railway was extended to the ultimate terminus at Newdegate on 15 February 1926 and a further branch from Lake Grace to Hyden opened on 5 April 1933, thus making Lake Grace a junction and therefore some importance for train working operations.

In 1922 the Reverend John Flynn visited the town to assess the suitability for establishing an Australian Inland Mission hospital. The Western Australian Government agreed to subsidise the building of the hospital, which was subsequently built by AIM and opened in April 1926 staffed by two nurses, Olive Bennett and Helen Cousin. In July 1934 the Lake Grace Hospital Board repaid the loan from the Australian Inland Mission and took over the ownership of the hospital. The hospital served an area of 26,000 square kilometres including providing maternity ward facilities. The hospital ceased operation in 1952 with the construction and replacement by the Lake Grace Memorial Hospital. The Lake Grace AIM Hospital building was in disrepair by 1983 with the state Government deciding to demolish the building. Protests by former staff and the local community halted the destruction, and the building was restored as a museum with the help of the Lake Grace Shire Council and the local community.

The building is one of three remaining Australian Inland Mission hospitals and is listed on local, state and national heritage registers.

The lake after which the townsite was named was given the name Lake Grace by Marshall Fox, the District Surveyor, in 1910. It is named after Grace Brockman, the wife of the then Surveyor General, Frederick S Brockman. Grace Brockman became famous in 1876 when she, as Grace Bussell, and her stockman Sam Isaacs, rescued many people from the wreck of the " Georgette " near the mouth of the Margaret River.

Lake Grace is located on the "cross roads" with it being half way between Perth and Esperance as well as acting as a main through point for those traveling between Albany and the Wheatbelt. Many tourists use these alternative routes when traveling to and from the Eastern States.

Lake Grace has a population of about 530 and was once considered a typical wheatbelt town with the inevitable grain silos, CBH bulk loading facilities and a pub. However, this has changed in recent years with the development of the "Multi Art Space", the introduction of a visitor centre in the old station master's house and an improved townscape. A range of economic development is underway including a new residential sub-division and light industrial area. There is also Living Towns Lake Grace where over 130 commercial enterprises are working together to improve the local economy.

The artists have added a new dimension to the town. The "Multi Art Space" allows local residents to learn and participate in key artistic projects. Many of the artistic works are based on recycled materials such as plastic bags, aluminum cans and plastic bottle tops. A number of local residents have become award winning artists including Kerrie Argent who won the Sculptures by the Sea people's choice in 2010.

Tourism has also come to the fore with the Lake Grace Visitor Centre open five days a week. The Visitor's Centre is located in the old station master's house which was restored by local residents during 2005. On display are local information guides, the history of Lake Grace, locally made products and a native seed bank. Lake Grace is part of the region that contains the most diverse recognized flora in the World. Details can be found in "Flourish" a publication available from the Visitor's Centre.


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