Learn more about homes in Gainesville, FL

Welcome to Gainesville, Florida

From culture to recreation to pure natural beauty, Gainesville, Florida, is extraordinarily rich in all of the areas that equal quality of life. Existing in the shadow of the fourth largest university in the U.S., residents of this growing city benefit immensely from everything the University of Florida has to offer.

Gainesville is large enough to provide the economic and cultural benefits that come with a population approaching 100,000, yet small enough to exude the pastoral feel of a tranquil country burg. The university anchors the city’s young, highly educated population, bringing with it internationally renowned figures in everything from music to literature to politics, as well as a number of museums and other facilities of national stature. Along with Santa Fe Community College, the city’s two institutions of higher education propel constant growth and a steady influx of motivated students and accomplished academics.

North Central Florida’s climate is another selling point. Temperatures in the mild winter rarely dip below freezing, and the region lives up to Florida’s nickname, offering many more days of sunshine annually than the national average. The lush greenery and city-wide canopy of Live Oaks, Elms and Southern Magnolias have made Gainesville and outdoor enthusiast’s dream. The city maintains 30 nature parks, with another 40 within a short drive, including the vast 20,000-acre Paynes Prairie State Preserve, just minutes to the south.

With four major hospitals in the county and UF’s University’s Health Science Center, Gainesville is the medical hub of North Florida. The city’s unemployment rate remains well below state and national averages, and the young, vibrant labor force and thriving economy recently led Southern Business & Development magazine to choose Gainesville as third best city on the South to do business. For work or play, Gainesville is one of the Southeast’s most desirable destinations.

Gainesville Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 212 homes for sale in Gainesville, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
46% Single Family, 29% Rental, 17% Land/lot, 2% Condo, 1% Multi Family and 4% Other.

46% Single Family
29% Rental
8% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 212
Average Home Size 2,473 ft² / 230 m²
Price Range ($1,375 - $2,850,000)

Weather in Gainesville

The average high temperatures in Gainesville range from 67 in January to 91 in July

Average home income in Gainesville

The average household income of a Gainesville resident is $61,891 with an average home value of $200,544

Population of Gainesville

Gainesville has 196,369 residents.

Home ownership in Gainesville

The average level of home ownership in Gainesville is 48%.

Education breakdown of Gainesville

Education levels of residents of Gainesville include: highschool 16%, associate 11%, bachelor 26%, graduate 23%.

Households in Gainesville

Gainesville has 80,149 homes, built on average 36 years ago.

Information from in and around Gainesville...

You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 212 homes for sale in Gainesville. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Rental, Land/lot, Condo, Multi Family and Other. The average list price of these property results is 260,720. Prices are listed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Gainesville please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 212 homes for sale in Gainesville, FL are represented by 3 member brokerages serving the Gainesville area. Member brokerages representing the 212 homes include Bosshardt Realty Services, Watson Realty Corp. and Matchmaker Realty of Alachua County, Inc..