‘Benched & Retained’ allotments have a level building pad provided making it easier for your builder. ‘Retaining’ is the retaining walls provided between you and your neighbour. The cost of this is included in the allotment price as advertised. Note that not all lots are the same and details should be confirmed with your sales agent for each allotment.Close
Virginia Grove is home to a network of beautiful parks, play spaces, fitness trails, lakes, and linear reserves designed to ensure that people of all ages and abilities can stay healthy and active outdoors.
Our Central Park precinct is at the heart of Virginia Grove, and is home to a pump track, skate park, play space, soccer goals, BBQ area and a basketball half key.
The Green and The Lakes at Virginia Grove are conveniently located close to Virginia’s Main Street, the Virginia Shopping Centre (that is currently undergoing a major refurbishment) and the famous Virginia Nursery.
With a Woolworths supermarket, specialty shops, cafes, banks, bakeries, a butcher and restaurants all on your doorstep, at Virginia Grove you’ll always have local services close to home.
Virginia is close to a fantastic selection of established education facilities. From the Edge Early Learning centre on site, the Virginia Preschool and Primary School to Trinity College and the brand new Riverbanks College in nearby Angle Vale – you have a selection of exciting educational options for your family at Virginia Grove.
There are several existing medical facilities within Virginia including the Virginia Medical Clinic, Virginia Medical Centre, a GP clinic and a Clinpath. All these services are within 5 minutes of Virginia Grove.
Virginia is an easy 35 minute drive from the city, 20 minutes to Port Adelaide and Semaphore, 10 minutes from Angle Vale, and only and hour and a half from the Copper Coast. This makes Virginia a convenient spot for work, and play!
Virginia is also serviced by the Adelaide Metro 900 bus service, which runs between the Elizabeth Interchange and Virginia Monday to Friday.
At Virginia Grove, everyone is connected.
Mains Gas is available directly to each home to make heating, cooking and hot water easy and convenient.
Also, at Virginia Grove there is no need for a septic tank – each home is connected to the mains sewer. This minimises both maintenance and building costs associated with septic tanks, and gives you more freedom when siting your home and planning your garden.
Virginia Grove is NBN (National Broadband Network) compatible, bringing high speed broadband and telephone services to each home in Virginia Grove. The NBN makes working from home easier, enhances children’s learning and offers you a broad range of entertainment choices including internet connected video-on-demand services and high quality video calling.
Virginia Grove has been designed as a place where people of all ages and abilities can easily stay fit and healthy. From our network of fitness trails and running tracks to our iconic outdoor gym, play grounds, skate park, basketball half key, soccer goals and pump track – we’ve created fun spaces for everyone in Virginia to enjoy the great outdoors.
Virginia is also home to plenty of historic sporting clubs including the Virginia Netball Club, Virginia Football Club and the Virginia Cricket Club.
Virginia is a town with lots of historic charm and genuine sense of belonging. Virginia was first settled in 1848, and became well known as an Irish settlement. These early settlers – many who were escaping the Great Famine – cleared the thick bushland to plant wheat, which became a popular crop for the region.
The town’s first pub, the Wheatsheaf Hotel, was built on the site of the new V Hotel back in 1854. Many of the descendants of the original Irish settlers still live in Virginia, along with a diverse range of new residents, and the town possesses a unique close-knit sense of togetherness and community.