Longleaf subdivision is a great place to live in Gainesville
The front yards are maintained by the association so you have plenty of time to spend at the Club House and pool area. There is a seperated area for the kids to play and splash. The streets are lined with beautiful trees.
There is turnover every spring because many resident interns make this their home for the three or four years they will stay in Gainesville. Interns love the close proximity of Longleaf to UF and Shands.
What’s for Sale in Longleaf?
There are 17 homes on the market in our MLS system as of this writing.
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The ages range from 2004 to 2011. The square foot ranges are from 1469 to 3202. The lot sizes are from .17 to .33. There are 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes. The asking prices range from $192,679 to $349,900. The average these homes have been on the market is 127 days, the average square foot is $129.27, and the average asking price is $261,194.
What sold Recently?
There are 7 that are under contract and going thru the closing process.
They range in age from 2006 to 2011, square foot ranges are 1553 to 2819, and asking price ranges are from $210,000 to $330,660. The average days these homes sat on the market before they went under contract was 63, and the average price per square foot they were asking was $125 (we won’t know what they sold for until they close), and the average asking price was $250,930.
There were 12 homes that closed since Nov. 1, 2010.
Their ages were 2004 to 2011. The square foot ranges were from 1679 to 3045, and the sold prices ranged from $218,733 to $368,000. They were on the market an average of 123 days before going under contract, their average price per square foot was $121, and their average asking price was $274,752.
Here are some graphs showing the inventory in this zip code over the last year: