Duckpond Gainesville

Historic, architecture, artsy, crafty

The People Are

in love with the architecture and history of these old Colonial style homes. They also appreciate the location to downtown Gainesville.

Living in Duckpond

is Über cool. Ducks do swim in the canal. The people here are very friendly and take great pride in their homes and yards. There is very little wasted space. Parking is at a premium, so don’t park on the street or you will get a ticket.

Perfect for

someone wanting to experience the old Florida charm of owning a Colonial style home and the closeness to the Downtown area.

You’ll Love

the architecture. This area brings you back to the historic days of when Gainesville was a small town with no football.

A Little About Duckpond:

The Thomas Center located in the heart of the Duckpond is on the National Register of Historic Places, and is considered Gainesville’s cultural center, offering art galleries, 1920 period rooms, performance spaces, local history exhibits, and more. This building is a beautifully restored Mediterranean Revival-style hotel surrounded by the Thomas Center Gardens. Many Duckpond residents are extremely proud to live so close to such a magnificent place and emulate the gardens in their own hidden back yards.

 

Price Range


Rent: $500 – $2,500
Buy: $99K – $425K
* Based on a 3 bed, 2 bath home.

Commute to UF


in walking minutes

20

Nightlife


in walking minutes

10