Grand Oaks Gainesville Homes for Sale Get your dream home in Grand Oaks in Gainesville, FL
Grand Oaks is a Weseman Builders Community new construction neighborhood in the SW Gainesville area. The neighborhood once finished will have two entrances. One will be on Tower Road across from Oak Hall and another off SW 24th Ave across from Portofino. Currently, you can visit by using the Tower Road entrance.
Grand Oaks School Zones
If you’re with little ones, we know school zones are a big deal when buying your home. Below are the a-rated school zones for Grand Oaks:
- Elementary: Wiles
- Middle: Kanapaha
- High School: Buchholz
Grand Oaks Floor Plans
Browse the stunning floor plans available in Grand Oaks from the family of Weseman Builders.
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Grand Oaks HOA
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Weseman Family History
This is a Weseman Family neighborhood with 3 Weseman builders. This family consists of the father, Gary Weseman, who started Weseman Construction in 1976. He graduated from the School of Architecture with a degree in Building Construction from Auburn University, but laid his foundation in Gator Country where he has been building homes with his certified general contractor license in Gainesville, Newberry, Alachua County, and North Central Florida since then. When they were just young boys, his sons, William and Michael, started working for their father in all aspects of the construction process, mainly focusing on framing from floor to trusses. Once they realized their own talents, both sons created their own businesses alongside Gary’s Weseman Builders LLC brand. The three of them forged together to build out Newberry Oaks in Newberry Fl behind the Canterbury Equestrian Center, which is now know as the Alachua County Agriculture and Equestrian Center. Now in 2019, they have completed all of their homes in Nine (9) total phases, with phase one (1) having started in 2003. In fact, Phase 1, lot 1 was sold on December 15, 2003 by Gary Weseman, Weseman Builder’s Inc. What an amazing 16 years!