This unique neighborhood off NW 39th Avenue combines traditional architecture with the charm of tree-lined streets, sidewalks and antique street lighting. Lots are grouped to allow 15+ acres of open space, with 10 acres designated as a nature preserve. The open space features a creek, four ponds, walking trails and heritage live oak trees, creating a buffer from surrounding neighborhoods. Wildlife abounds and we often see deer, owls, hawks and egrets. Many lots back up to natural areas and interior lots are perfect for courtyard homes.

Greystone’s style embodies the timeless, highly-detailed traditional architecture made famous by grand southern cities like Charleston and Savannah. Homes in this 45-lot neighborhood range from 2,000 to 3,500 square feet and from the low $400’s to the low $600’s.

Greystone is centrally located near the Hunter’s Crossing, Millhopper, Magnolia Parke and Spring Hill shopping areas in the heart of northwest Gainesville, with easy access to I-75 and downtown. UF Faculty find it an easy twenty minute commute by going east to 13th Street. Shopping, banks, restaurants and even a Starbucks are within walking distance.

  • Greystone
  • 2,000 - 3,500 square feet
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