Gainesville’s first neighborhood, the Duckpond was established in the 1870s. Many of the homes remain intact, providing historic surroundings within walking distance of downtown’s thriving shops and restaurants. Duckpond is also close to work for people employed in the government and professional offices downtown and for University of Florida faculty and staff.

Haile Plantation

Living in Haile Plantation is to live in a village within the Gainesville community. Designed to evoke a feeling of connectedness for its residents, Haile is truly a community unto itself, where many of life’s necessities and enjoyments can be found within walking distance of your doorstep.

Town of Tioga

Living in Town of Tioga is to live in a master-planned modern hamlet just outside the city limits. It is purposefully designed to provide residents with open spaces and gathering places to connect with neighbors, as well as state-of-the-art amenities and a retail district filled with shops, restaurants, and night-life.

University of Florida

Housing around the University of Florida suits buyers who prefer proximity, classic Gainesville architecture and a mélange of nightlife/dining options. Bordering the college on its north side is University Avenue, or the ‘midtown’ district — a row of vibrant bars, restaurants and shops. On the east side are residences closer to ‘downtown’, a cultural and arts-inclined center of town. 

Northwest / Millhopper

Living in the Millhopper area is to relax amid the inland oak hammocks and hardwood cypress swamps iconic to old-Florida, while enjoying the present-day conveniences and opportunities offered by a diverse cultural and economic hub.  Removed from the bustle of the city, residents of the Millhopper area can come home to shady, oak-lined roadways and peaceful country living in a nature preserve setting.

Williston Road Area

Houses near Williston Road are perfect if you work at the University of Florida, south or west Gainesville. Though you are in close proximity of the elite university, you are a couple streets away so you can avoid the loud college life. Here, you can enjoy peaceful homes for sale in Gainesville, FL.

West of I-75

Homes west of I-75 are perfect for families. This suburban area hold the perfect mixture of Gainesville real estate options and close proximity to family friendly outdoor spaces. Kanapaha Botanical Gardens hold a large compilation of various flower and plant exhibits. It is the biggest herb garden in the southeast and holds several festivals annually.


Living in the charming, old-Florida setting of Newberry offers residents the peace and quiet of country living with close proximity to modern conveniences. The community’s North Florida locale delivers great weather year-round, and its central location makes a day trip to Florida’s beaches an accessible weekend destination.


Living in Archer, FL is to settle among the pastures and paddocks of the countryside, while enjoying convenient access to a vibrant city. Founded as a depot on Florida’s early railroad system for its central location and its inviting natural surroundings, the small town once known as “Deer Hammock” is surrounded by lush farmland and pastures dotted with grazing horses.


The scenic, yet burgeoning city of Alachua seamlessly blends small town living with big city opportunities. It is a unique combination of past and present, nature and technology, country living and urban convenience. Its old-Florida shops and historic downtown area make Alachua a charming city, while its contemporary shopping centers and amenities provide all the conveniences of modern living. 

High Springs

Living in a place voted the "Friendliest Small Town" in Florida is to make your home in a community that is sustained by the simple pleasures in life. North Florida’s natural beauty and rich history are on full display in High Springs. From its namesake natural springs to its historic buildings, High Springs also offers an abundance of renowned antique shops.


Living in Micanopy, FL is to bask in the ambience and Southern charm of "the town that time forgot", while enjoying all of the conveniences and economic opportunities of residing just outside of a prosperous metropolitan area.