24th Ave Corridor /

Haile Plantation

Just east of the Jonesville area, between 122nd St. and I-75, and heading south to SW 24th Avenue is this densely populated area, where you’ll find thousands of homes, a variety of price points, lot sizes and architectural styles, and a mix of terrain, including a lake created from a limestone quarry.

Overall on the pricier side, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a home in this area for under $300k, with many homes soaring into the over $500k range. During the last five years or so, this area has transformed into one of the priciest in the Gainesville metro, in part due to the development of high-end neighborhoods with spectacular amenities and a bevy of luxury builders.

Convenient to Haile, Jonesville/Tioga, I-75, and the southwest part of town that now includes Celebration Pointe and Butler Plaza North, it’s no wonder that this is one of the most desirable areas of Gainesville.


Haile Plantation

Almost a city unto itself, you could practically never leave Haile Plantation and still have everything you need at your fingertips. With its own village center, golf course and country club, bike and jogging trail, on-site elementary school, Publix supermarket, multiple medical facilities, restaurants, cafés, coffee shops, boutiques, and arguably the area’s best farmer’s market, there’s a reason that people seek to live in Haile.

The master planned community has 64 subdivisions within it and offers everything from small, one-bedroom condos in the heart of the village all the way to multi-million dollar mansions that are barely visible beyond a set of grand gates. Also famous for its plethora of trees and a strict HOA that ensures that they – along with the homes they tower over and the lawns they sit on – are properly maintained, Haile may put off those who prefer fewer rules and regulations determining what they can and can’t do on their property.

So if lawn flamingos are your favorite type of bird, then Haile may not be the ideal place to call home!