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Gainesville is the county seat of Alachua County, Florida and largest city in the region of North Central Florida. It is also part of the Gainesville-Lake City Combined Statistical Area, which had a population of 337,925 in 2013 Gainesville, Florida is home to the University of Florida, the nation's ninth-largest university campus by enrollment, as well as to Santa Fe College. The presence of a large student population means a lower median age for the population and a lower cost of living. Numerous studies and guides mention Gainesville's low cost of living.
Additionally, the median home cost remains slightly below the national average. Gainesville residents, like all Floridians, do not pay state income taxes. The United States Census Bureau states that Gainesville has a total area of 189.5 square miles – 187.7 square miles land and 1.8 square miles water. Zip codes for Gainesville include: 87102, 87104, 87105, 87106, 87107, 87108, 87109, 87110, 87111, 87112, 87113, 87114, 87120, 87121, 87122, and 87123. Gainesville has been recognized by the National Arbor Day Foundation every year since 1982 as a "Tree City, USA" with a tree canopy both dense and species-rich – broadleaf evergreens, conifers, and deciduous trees.
Gainesville has an extensive road system served by Interstate 75, and several Florida State Routes, including State routes 20, 24, and 26 and others. Gainesville is also served by US 441 and nearby US 301, which gives a direct route to Orlando. Jacksonville, and Ocala. The city's streets are laid out a grid system, with four quadrants (NW, NE, SW, SE). All streets are numbered, except for a few major thoroughfares, which are often named for the towns they lead to such as:
Streets ending in the suffixes Avenue, Place, Road or Lane (often remembered by use of the acronym APRiL) generally run east-west, while all other streets generally run north-south, making it easy for one to find their way around the city. In addition to easily navigable and extensive road network, Gainesville is served by Gainesville Regional Transit System, or RTS, the fourth-largest mass transit system in Florida. The area is also served by Gainesville Regional Airport in the northeast part of the city.
On average, there are 224 sunny days per year in Gainesville, Florida. Gainesville is warm for most of the year with no measurable snowfall. The climate is defined as humid subtropical and, because of its inland location, experiences wide temperature fluctuations for Florida. During the hot season, from about May 15 to September 30, the city's climate is similar to the rest of the state, with frequent afternoon thunderstorms and high humidity. Temperatures in Gainesville, FL range on average in July from the low 70s at night to around 92 during the day. From November through March, however, the Gainesville area has a climate distinct from much of peninsular Florida with an average of sixteen days of freezing or below freezing temperatures and sustained freezes every few years. The daily average temperature in January is 54.3°.
As of 2014, Gainesville’s population was 128,460 with an average population density of 2,666 people per square mile. The median age is 25.8 years, which is lower than many cities of the same size, due to the presence of the University of Florida and its large student population. Only 28% of the people living in Gainesville are married and 8.1% are divorced. The average household size is 2.2 people.
Gainesville has numerous state-of-the-art medical centers. Some of the top hospitals include:
In April 2003, Gainesville was named the "Healthiest Community in America" when it achieved the "Gold Well City" award given by the Wellness Councils of America (WELCOA).
Depending on where you are in the city of Gainesville, the types of Gainesville homes for sale will be different. The University of Florida not only offers a large number of higher level education opportunities in a variety of subjects, but is also surrounded by a variety of Gainesville homes for sale in this region. The area immediately north of the University of Florida is seeing active redevelopment. There are also large-scale planned communities on the far west side, most notably Haile Plantation, built on the site of a former plantation. Gainesville and Alachua County both offer remarkable choices of options when it comes to the place you can call home. You will find homes and home sites in downtown urban, rural farmstead, and everything in between. Short commutes make it possible to live and work any place appealing to you. Select from historic neighborhoods, planned communities, subdivisions, small surrounding towns, or downtown condos. Regardless of where you live, you will be only minutes away from work, recreation, and sophisticated urban shopping and dining. Our extensive knowledge of the Gainesville real estate market allows us to guide our clients intelligently for buying, selling, and investing. Please call us today and let us know how we can best serve your Gainesville real estate needs. We look forward to speaking with you!
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