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4 Beds 3.5 Baths Maple Hill Add #1 SubDv. 32605 Zip Code
Welcome to your private oasis! Nestled on a beautiful 1-acre wooded lot, just a few minutes away from University of Florida, this stunning mid century modern, Ocala Block charmer has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and a pool! With over 2900 square feet of living space, this well-maintained home offers a luxurious retreat for you and your loved ones. Downstairs the open concept living room, dining room and kitchen create the perfect space for entertaining and making memories with loved ones. It seamlessly incorporates the updated paver block patio, summer kitchen with sink and gas hookup for your grill and gorgeous, custom saltwater pool. This patio is an entertainer's dream and can easily handle scores of guests or basque in the privacy and quiet and enjoy it all by yourself. Step just outside the fenced patio area to stroll along either side of the creek that belongs to this property, roast some marshmallows at the fire pit or stroll to the lush garden areas. There are so few properties like this that come available, you seriously have to see it in person! Back inside the downstairs, the kitchen features maple cabinets and gorgeous Brazilian Palomino quartzite countertops. Cooking enthusiasts will love the 5-burner gas cooktop, while the large walk-in pantry offers ample storage. The first floor primary bedroom is a tranquil escape that overlooks the pool area and provides access to not one, but two updated, luxurious baths. The huge walk-in closet with built-ins offers plenty of space for all your belongings, while the recently added sitting area with built-in book cases creates an opportunity to relax and enjoy reading your favorite book. Upstairs you are greeted by an open living area, complete with a vent-free gas fireplace. The living room has slider doors to the upstairs balcony that overlooks the pool area and has great views of the backyard. Three generously sized bedrooms with ample closets and a full bath complete the upper level, providing comfort and convenience for everyone. Notable updates: roof was replaced in 2020, hot water heaters are from 2023 and 2016, new windows and slider doors, french drain systems added in 2017, recent repipe of the entire home, and more. Conveniently located close to Publix, Fresh Market, Gainesville Community Playhouse, Downtown Gainesville and just a 5 minute drive to University of Florida, this home truly has it all. Don't miss out on the opportunity to own your own piece of paradise. Schedule your private showing today!

1920 Nw 24th Street, Gainesville

4 Beds 2 Baths N/A SubDv. 32653 Zip Code
Discover your perfect blend of urban convenience and rural tranquility with this stunning property in a sought-after Gainesville neighborhood. Nestled on a sprawling 2.41-acre lot, this home is an idyllic retreat for those who value space and serenity. Boasting 4 generously sized bedrooms and 2 large bathrooms, this home spans 2,341 sq ft of heated and cooled living space. Step inside to find a vast family room, ideal for relaxation and family time. The interior offers a fresh coat of paint and new laminate flooring in common areas, while the bedrooms offer the comfort of carpeting. The heart of this home is its large kitchen, featuring ample cabinet space and a convenient walk-in pantry. The oversized screened porch is a highlight, providing the perfect backdrop for family gatherings or quiet evenings. Outside, the property truly shines with its in-ground pool, inviting you to enjoy sunny days and leisurely swims. The practicality extends to a functional barn, storage shed, and a workshop complete with its own electrical breaker - catering to all your hobbies and storage needs. Despite its peaceful, country-like setting, this home is just a stone's throw from city conveniences. You're minutes away from shopping, dining, and easy commutes to Alachua and High Springs. This property offers the best of both worlds - a serene haven close to everything you need. Welcome to your new home, where space, comfort, and convenience converge. The zoning regulations permit a maximum of two horses.

5310 Nw 93rd Avenue, Gainesville

4 Beds 3.5 Baths Haile Plantation Unit 34 Ph I SubDv. 32608 Zip Code
Welcome to this extraordinary Mathews Grant Haile Plantation residence, a truly unique and privately nestled haven. Property Details: - 4 beds, 3.5 baths - 3-car garage - Grand 2-story foyer with over 20 ft ceilings and a stunning staircase - Double doors leading to the primary suite on the first floor - Convenient office on the first floor - Double-sided gas fireplace connecting the living room and kitchen - Coffered ceiling in the living room - Elegant hardwood floors and tile throughout - Spacious laundry room with cabinetry, drying rack, and storage closet - Whole-home central vac system - Abundant storage space - Expansive 500 sq ft kitchen with a gas cook-top - Brand new roof in 2022 - New HVAC units installed in 2022 - New Stainless Steel kitchen appliances 2022 - Built-in speakers in the living room, kitchen, and outdoor pool area - Plantation shutters installed 2023 Outdoor Features: - French doors off the kitchen opening to the pool patio - Sprawling .77-acre private backyard - Lush garden space - Enclosed pool for added privacy - Wood-burning outdoor fireplace - Large circle driveway for plenty of parking - Unmatched privacy in Haile This home seamlessly combines luxury and functionality, offering a rare blend of privacy and modern amenities. With recent upgrades and meticulous attention to detail, this property stands as a testament to refined living. Your dream home awaits!

3843 Sw 92nd Drive, Gainesville

3 Beds 2 Baths N/A SubDv. 32653 Zip Code
Welcome home to the epitome of southern living! You will absolutely fall in love with this picturesque farmhouse style home on 3.26 acres. If you want quiet, space, and privacy just a short drive from town, look no further! When you arrive you'll adore the tree lined driveway and open view of the property with beautiful low-maintenance landscaping surrounding the home. The large front porch is perfect for relaxing and welcoming guests with all new railing and trim work. Step inside and you'll appreciate the soaring cathedral ceilings and a spacious open concept living area. The kitchen boasts stunning granite countertops, custom pecan wood amish cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and space for counter height seating at the large island. Just off the kitchen is a laundry room with natural lighting thanks to a front facing window; you can get your chores done and still enjoy a beautiful view of your front yard! Beyond the kitchen and laundry room, is a private door to the carport, an additional storage closet, and the entry to the primary suite. The primary suite is spacious with a walk-in closet, a double sink vanity, a soaking tub, and a standing shower. On the opposite side of the home, you'll find two well appointed guest bedrooms and a full guest bathroom. At the back of the home, you'll open beautiful French doors to a cathedral ceiling back patio, perfect for your morning coffee and evenings relaxing with family and friends. That's not all, this property has a massive 1,330 sq ft metal workshop with 150amp panel perfect for all your hobbies; as well as an additional pole barn extension (380 sq ft) for parking and storage. This home and property have been completely redone over the last 10 years, not a single stone was left unturned from HVAC, water heater, windows, paint, flooring, bathrooms, additions, and so much more. Don't miss your opportunity to see this charming home! **Buyer to verify all property details.**

16026 N State Road 121, Gainesville

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Homes for Sale in Gainesville, FL

Gainesville is consistently rated one of the best places to live in the U.S. In 2022, Gainesville received’s top honors for best city in Florida. Education is one big reason why. The city boasts a world-class research institution at the University of Florida, and the Alachua County school district is one of the best in Florida. Combine that with warm weather and a network of beautiful parks, nature preserves, and nearby springs, and you can see why more and more people are choosing to call Gainesville home.

With a population of just over 133,000, Gainesville also punches above its weight in terms of cultural attractions, including the Florida Museum of Natural History, The Harn Museum, the Hippodrome Theater, and a thriving restaurant and nightlife scene.

Gainesville’s cost of living is a bit lower than other Florida cities. You can often find great homes in the $300k range in the Alachua County School District.

Not sure which Gainesville neighborhood is right for you? Read on to get a sense of the character and real estate offerings of some of the best neighborhoods in Gainesville!

Covered in this guide:

  1. Haile Plantation
  2. Duckpond
  3. Grand Oaks
  4. Downtown Gainesville
  5. Arbor Greens
  6. University Park
  7. The Town of Tioga
  8. Oakmont
  9. The Estates at Wilds Plantation
  10. Longleaf
  11. Turkey Creek
  12. High Springs
  13. Suburban Heights
  14. Cobblefield
  15. Blues Creek
  16. Micanopy

Note: If you don’t see any listings under a neighborhood, there’s still a possibility that more houses are coming to market soon. Inquire with Rabell to learn about upcoming new construction.

Haile Plantation

Haile Plantation combines a walkable village feel with the leafy charms of a well-planned Southern town.

The 1,700-acre mixed-use development — the largest in Gainesville — features a variety of craftsman homes, townhouses, apartments, and condos anchored by the walkable Haile Village Center.

Photo by Todd Van Hoosear | Flickr

We may be a little biased because our offices are located in Haile Village, but we love Haile’s strong sense of community, thriving local businesses, and variety of housing options. There’s definitely something for everyone here.

Haile also offers a shopping plaza with everything you need and a golf course/country club. Southern Living has recognized the community for its exemplary traditional town planning and great restaurants.

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The Duckpond’s lovingly maintained homes are situated along cozy streets shaded by live oaks. Architecturally speaking, homes range from small bungalows to Queen Anne-style Victorians and the occasional new construction home.

View of the Thomas Center from the gardens. Photo by LaggedOnUser | Flickr

Many of the homes of the Duckpond were built in the early 20th century, with significant renovations made in recent years. Thanks to the district’s strong HOAs, upgrades are done with care to preserve the historic district’s original character and charm.

The average sale price in 2020 was in the mid $300k range, with larger historic homes going for $400k – $500k and up. Check out our guide to the Duckpond to learn more.

Grand Oaks

Grand Oaks is one of Gainesville’s newest planned communities to break ground in the Southwest Gainesville area, which is zoned for some of the best schools in the city. The homes are all built by renowned builder William Weseman.

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Downtown Gainesville

Downtown Gainesville is where a lot of the magic happens. From art and music events to the farmer’s market, unique shops, great restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, there’s something for everyone in Downtown Gainesville.

Within Gainesville’s urban core, you’ll find a variety of unique neighborhoods, including the Historic Duckpond, Pleasant Street, the Bed and Breakfast District, the Innovation District, University Heights, Porters Community (Depot Park area), Grove Street, and more. Downtown is exceptionally rich in cultural amenities, including the legendary Hippodrome Theater, the Florida Museum of Natural History, and the Harn Museum.

What It's Like in Downtown Gainesville

Bo Diddley Plaza

Bo Diddley Plaza in Downtown Gainesville. Photo by Alachua County via Flickr

Downtown Gainesville is easily the most walkable neighborhood in the city. Folks enjoy strolling the restaurant and bar district concentrated along 1st Ave on either side of Main Street. Bo Diddley Plaza (pictured above) is a major hub of the downtown and frequently hosts festivals, outdoor concerts, pop-up sales, and much more throughout the year.

The area also connects with the extensive Gainesville-Hawthorne trail at several points as it meanders through downtown on its way to the La Chua trailhead at Payne’s Prairie Preserve and beyond.

Cade Museum for Creativity & Invention in Depot Park, Gainesville FL

Depot Park

Downtown Gainesville features several great urban parks, including the newly constructed Depot Park, a great picnic spot anchored by the Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention. For a leisurely stroll, there’s the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens. Locals also enjoy easy access to Sweetwater Wetlands Park, an amazing nature preserve. If you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of a family of wild horses.

Depot Park is a gem in the heart of Gainesville’s former industrial zone and an urban revitalization success story 20 years in the making. For parents with little ones, Depot Park offers the most epic playground in all of Gainesville and the STEM-friendly Cade Museum. Park-goers promenade along paths that wind around the pond and restored wetlands, or grab a beer at Boxcar, a beer and wine garden housed in the former depot station.

Restaurants & Shopping

Some standout downtown restaurants include award-winning Dragonfly Sushi, Crane Ramen, a modern Japanese noodle restaurant with a bar, and The Top, a quirky favorite serving up modern American fare. If you need to grab a bottle of wine on your way to dinner, Downtown Wine and Cheese on Main Street and DTC Liquors are next to Volta Cafe. For everyday shopping, there’s the Publix on Main and Whole Foods and Trader Joe's a short drive away at Butler Plaza.

The Seagle Building

Image courtesy of Boston Public Library

Originally conceived as a hotel, the Seagle building now features five floors of condos with commanding views of the city.

Grove Street

You don’t have to sacrifice quality of life to live in the heart of Gainesville. The vibe is relaxed and friendly. Bo Diddley Plaza plays host to free concerts throughout the year. The farmer’s market at Grove Street offers everything from organic produce to humanely raised meat and fish to freshly baked bread. Live music and local artisans showcasing handcrafted wares add to the festive, family-friendly atmosphere.


By our rough estimate, there’s a bar for every five square blocks of Downtown Gainesville, so you don’t have to hop in your car to find out what’s on tap at your favorite watering hole. With the University of Florida nearby, Downtown Gainesville is a young neighborhood, but the rowdy college-age crowd largely leaves the brewpubs and sit-down restaurants to the grown-ups.


Cafés abound in Downtown Gainesville. Within a few square blocks of Main Street and University Avenue, you can take your pick from Volta (for the connoisseurs), down-home favorite Maude’s, or Wyatt’s, the new kid on the block. When those cafes fill up, the charming Curia on the Drag is a short drive away.

Pretty much everywhere in Downtown Gainesville is within walking distance to coffee, gyms, bars, restaurants, the University of Florida’s flagship downtown campus, and Santa Fe College’s new Blount Center.

Getting Around in Downtown Gainesville

Most people in Gainesville get around by car, with an average commute time of around 20 minutes. UF and Shands are very bikeable from downtown Gainesville. The warm weather, flat landscape, and extensive network of bike trails make cycling an option most of the year. (For recreational cyclists, riding groups meet up at Cypress & Grove Brewing twice a week to tackle 14-20 miles of mountain bike trails connected by pavement. More info on Goodbike’s website.)

Gainesville’s Regional Transit System (RTS) provides bus service, with many lines passing through the downtown area, making the neighborhood one of the better-served parts of the city. The Gainesville Regional Airport is conveniently located a short drive from downtown.

In just the past few years, we’ve seen a flurry of healthy new development in and around Downtown Gainesville, keeping with the place's historic character. We’ve also seen a bunch of new places to eat, drink, and shop, as well as steadily increasing home values, and we don’t see that growth slowing down any time soon. More than a vibrant nightlife destination, Downtown Gainesville is a great place to put down roots.

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Arbor Greens

Arbor Greens is a peaceful planned community located off Newberry Road, just outside of Gainesville. The development comprises 208 single-family homes anchored by a spacious clubhouse and a swimming pool.

The homes of Arbor Greens combine affordability, comfort, and luxury, with most starting in the $300k range.

Check out our guide to Arbor Greens to learn more.

University Park

University Park is a neighborhood of charming single-family homes just north of the University of Florida.

The neighborhood is within easy walking and biking distance to work, libraries, museums, concerts, Gator sports at Ben Griffin Stadium, restaurants, and places of worship. Being one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, University Park’s walkable streets enjoy a lush tree canopy that helps keep residents cool during the summer.

Over the years, many Presidents of the University of Florida and other prominent folks have called University Park home, lending the neighborhood prestige.

Town of Tioga

Not your typical suburban subdivision, Town of Tioga is a walkable tree-lined community full of beautifully crafted homes, shops, and great amenities.

The Duck Pond’s walkability inspired Tioga’s plan. Tioga is a growing community, with new homes being added in new subdivisions while maintaining the community's small ecological footprint.

While the Town of Tioga is walkable and tight-knit, it also features the kind of amenities you would find in neighboring suburban communities, including:

  • Pool, cabana baths, and clubhouse
  • A playground sheltered by live oaks
  • Tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts
  • Walkable green spaces and nature trails
  • Community gardens
  • A weekly farmer’s market and community events
  • Mixed-use developments with retail

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Oakmont is a newly constructed planned community with homes by Gainesville’s top builders and some stellar community amenities.

Oakmont’s resort style clubhouse and pools

Check out our Oakmont neighborhood guide to learn more.

The Estates of Wilds Plantation

The Estates of Wilds Plantation is a leafy planned community tucked between Haile and Oakmont in Southwest Gainesville. The wildly popular (pun definitely intended) development comprises around 200 single-family homes on large half-acre lots.

For more info, see our guide to The Estates at Wilds.


Longleaf Village is a master-planned community located off Archer Road in SW Gainesville. Combining affordability and comfort with luxury, the 550-home community is anchored by a stately clubhouse and a resort-style swimming pool.

Aerial view of Longleaf community in Gainesville FL

See our Longleaf neighborhood guide for more info.

Turkey Creek

If you love golf, community, and access to well-maintained green spaces, we highly recommend Turkey Creek. Far enough from Alachua and Gainesville to have a rural feel, Turkey Creek is still close enough to enjoy all of the amenities and conveniences that Gainesville has to offer.

Aerial view of Turkey Creek, a golf community in Gainesville FL

The approximately 1217 single and multifamily homes of Turkey Creek are a mix of established and new construction homes and condos ranging in size from 900 to 3,000+ square feet. Larger estate and villa lots occasionally come on the market as well.

Check out our Turkey Creek neighborhood guide to learn more.

High Springs

High Springs is a town just outside of Gainesville known for its access to outdoor amenities and quaint downtown. The town of just 5,000 is 20 miles northwest of Gainesville and close to neighboring Alachua, FL. It’s a popular place to stage a scuba excursion in the area’s many famed springs.

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Homes in the $300k range are affordable and typically set on large lots.

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Suburban Heights

Suburban Heights is a traditional low-rise suburban neighborhood with tree-lined streets, a family-friendly vibe, and engaged neighbors.

Most homes were built in the 1960s and range in size from 1,750 to 3,000 sq/ft on tidy lawns. The median listing home price in 2022 was $347k, or $158 per sq ft. Learn more here.


Cobblefield is an energy-efficient community of 265 single-family homes on 120 acres of woodland, zoned for some of Alachua County’s best public schools.

Cobblefield Clubhouse

The neighborhood was developed and built in the early 2000s by G.W. Robinson, a recognized pioneer in energy-efficient home design. Homes range in size from 1,700 to 4,000+ square feet. The average sale price in 2021 was $529k.

All homes have access to the many neighborhood amenities and Florida-native green spaces maintained with care and distinction. Visit the Cobblefield Neighborhood Guide to learn more.

Blues Creek

Blues Creek is a tight-knit community of single-family homes in bucolic Northwest Gainesville. Residents enjoy the comforts of suburban living at an affordable price. The homes were built in the 1990s or early 2000s and range in size from 2,000 to 3,000 sq/ft on cozy lots.

See our Blues Creek Neighborhood Guide to learn more.


Micanopy is as quaint as they come. The small town’s lovingly preserved historic homes are situated on some of Florida's most beautiful Spanish-moss-covered roads. It’s no wonder the Huffington Post included Micanopy in its list of the 12 Cutest Small Towns in America.

Downtown Micanopy FL

Micanopy is located just off I-75, 10 miles south of Gainesville, in growing Alachua County. The town is also accessible from scenic SR 441, which runs through majestic Payne’s Prairie Preserve State Park.

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