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5 Reasons To Move To Gainesville, FL

5 Reasons To Move To Gainesville, FL

Five Reasons to Move to Gainesville (and Five Neighborhoods to Check Out)

If you’re looking for a reason to move to Florida or relocate to a new town in the state, here are five reasons why you should move to Gainesville: 

  1. The University of Florida

Gainesville is home to the University of Florida. If you enjoy the hustle and bustle of a college town, love attending sporting events and share the pride of the Gator Nation, this one’s a no-brainer!

  1. Gainesville’s Local Businesses

Gainesville is home to countless small businesses worth your money, including Satchels, the popular Gainesville pizza joint with amazing salads and homemade sodas to add to its already tasty pizza. There is plenty of shopping to do at Butler Plaza, but if you’re looking to support local mom-and-pop shops, Gainesville’s the place to do it. Hear Again Records is an eclectic hometown record store where you can find some of your favorite classics or the hottest new albums. You can find any Gainesville business at the Gainesville Business Directory.  

  1. Gainesville’s Nature

Not only is Gainesville perfect for shoppers, foodies and sports fans alike, there are numerous parks and nature exhibits to choose from. From Depot Park to the Bat Houses at UF to the Kanapaha Botanical Gardens and the numerous natural springs located near Gainesville, any nature lover can find a special place to enjoy. 

  1. Gainesville’s Surrounding Areas

Because Gainesville is only about a two-hour drive from Orlando, you would easily be able to spend a day at Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure or Volcano bay or catch a flight from the Orlando International Airport. If you’re more interested in a quiet day on the beach, there are many beaches to choose from within a two-hour drive. The closest beach can be found about an hour and 15 minutes northeast in St. Augustine.

  1. Gaineville’s Neighborhoods

Although Gainesville has many attractive features, the most notable one is the neighbors and their neighborhoods. Haile Plantation, a community southwest of Gainesville, features 2600 homes spread across 1700 acres. Haile Plantation is an attractive area with a Publix supermarket and various shops and restaurants. Longleaf Village is a smaller community, but it’s close to everything you might possibly need, located just off Archer Road. Town of Tioga is a community centered on minimizing your commute for daily needs with convenient shops and restaurants located nearby. For information on each of these wonderful neighborhoods and more, visit under the Gainesville Guide section.

Whenever you decide to make the move, let us help you make Gainesville home!  

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