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Longleaf Village is a master-planned community conveniently located off Archer Road in Southwest Gainesville. Known as Longleaf by its residents, the development is comprised of 550 single family homes anchored by a stately clubhouse and a resort-style swimming pool. The homes of Longleaf combine affordability and comfort with luxury, ranging in price from the mid $200,000s to the mid $400,000s as of this writing.
Longleaf is a short commute to Shands, UF, Tower Center Shopping, Butler Plaza, with easy access to Kanapaha Botanical Gardens, museums, and the farmer’s market at neighboring Haile Village Center.
What’s It Like Living in Longleaf Village?
A neighborly community, the homes in Longleaf are tucked close together on tree-lined streets, which makes taking a walk around the block an occasion to run into acquaintances and friends.
Life at Longleaf revolves around the clubhouse, which can be rented out for parties, and the community center. The stately clubhouse opens up to a beach-entry swimming pool flanked by tennis courts. A fitness center and playground support an active, family-friendly lifestyle. Here’s a rundown on all of the amenities residents of the Longleaf (and guests!) enjoy:
- Beach-entry pool
- Tennis courts
- Fitness center
- Basketball court
- Kiddie fountain
Longleaf Village Public School Zoning
Longleaf New Construction Home Builders
Longleaf Village works with some of the best custom home builders in the Gainesville, whose offerings provide for a variety of floor plans and styles.
Tommy Williams Homes – Gainesville’s green builders, Tommy Williams is a well-known Gainesville-area firm that champions energy efficiency, particularly solar power options.
Robinshore, Inc – a Newberry-based firm with over 35 years of custom home-building experience
The Homeowner’s Association
The Longleaf HOA is mandatory with restrictive deed covenants, and is managed by Vesta Property Services. Lawn maintenance — and that includes mowing, irrigation upkeep, fertilization, and pest control – as well as access to all the amenities are covered by the modest HOA fees.
If you like the open space and the natural surroundings of Southwest Gainesville, but also like to get to know your neighbors and still be within an easy driving distance of nearby employers, shopping, and restaurants, Longleaf is a great place to put down roots. Interested in having a new home built in Longleaf, or buying an existing home? Browse the current listings below and talk to your realtor at Rabell to learn more about your options.Search All Homes for Sale in Longleaf