Grachevka (Russian: Грачевка) is a rural locality (Russian: деревня, lit. ‘village‘) in Glebovsky Selsoviet Rural Settlement, Fatezhsky District, Kursk Oblast, Russia. Population: 42 (2010 Census); 67 (2002 Census);
The village is located on the Usozha River (a left tributary of the Svapa in the basin of the Seym), 111 km from the Russia–Ukraine border, 43 km north-west of Kursk, 7 km east of the district center – the town Fatezh, 1.5 km from the selsoviet center – Zykovka.
Grachevka is located 7 km from the federal route M-2Crimea Highway as part of the European route E105, 22.5 km from the road of regional importance 38K-018 (Kursk – Ponyri), 7.5 km from the road 38K-039 (Fatezh – 38K-018), 0.6 km from the road of intermunicipal significance 38H-210 (M2 “Crimea Highway” – Zykovka – Maloye Annenkovo – 38K-039), 23.5 km from the nearest railway station Vozy (railway line Oryol – Kursk).