Cedar Vale is a large rural Logan City suburb sitting on the eastern side of the Mount Lindesay Highway. Cedar Vale was once a combined suburb with Cedar Grove, named Cedar Pocket. Today, the suburbs are split by the Mount Lindesay Highway. Cedar Vale was originally settled in 1869, with a property called Broomfield. Today, the second home built on the block in 188, still forms as a locallandmark on the Mount Lindesay Highway. The house was built from timber from the property including cedar, silky oak, pine and hardwood.
Cedar Vale is a slightly cheaper option when it comes to housing compared to Cedar Grove. You can pick up a four bedroom house for an average of $447,500. Rentals are a little more expensive with a four bedroom house renting for an average of $460 per week.
Cedar Vale is popular with families and sits on the Queensland average for the number of people looking per property. With properties available for sale ranging from land through to five bedroom houses, you can be sure you will find a property that suits. If you have children, you will find a number of schools in the surrounding areas to choose from, reaching from Beaudesert 21km to the south and Jimboomba 7km to the north.
Being part of the Logan City Council region there are a lot of facilities you can access including libraries, parks, swimming pools, and sporting associations. For those who love to get out and bushwalk or trail ride, Mt Joyce Recreation Park is 35km to the south-west, while other close National Parks include Tamborine National Park, Moogerah Peaks National Park, and Lamington National Park. Nearby Jimboomba offers the basic facilities such as shopping, medical, cafes and restaurants.
Cedar Vale is a great suburb if you are looking for a property with a rural setting while still being close enough to all the major facilities you need.