Haile Plantation in Gainesville FL is a quaint leafy community of more than 2,600 homes on 1,700 acres located eight miles from UF Health Shands Hospital and the University of Florida. The developers created Haile as a traditional neighborhood with a village center at its heart in a style known as New Urbanism.
Close to Oakmont and Estates of Wilds Plantation, Haile Plantation is comprised of dozens of neighborhoods that radiate off of the Haile Loop. A 3 mile paved and tree-lined loop that winds past each of the neighborhoods, the Haile Loop encircles the community and has Haile Village at its center. The Loop affords residents easy biking and walking access to the village.
Haile Village Center is the heartbeat of Gainesville's Haile Plantation community. Homes, townhomes, and condos exist side-by-side with the shops, restaurants, medical offices, and businesses that call Haile Village Center home. With wide brick sidewalks, tree-lined streets, and old-fashioned street lamps lighting the way, the village gives off a decidedly New England vibe.
Every Saturday morning throughout the year from 8:30 AM until noon, the Haile Farmers Market in Haile Village creates a buzz of activity along the village's main thoroughfare. Hundreds of people from Haile and throughout the Gainesville area visit the Haile Farmers Market each week to mingle with friends and enjoy live music while browsing the white-canopied booths to shop for fresh produce, organic meats, baked goods, organic honey, fresh eggs, landscape plants, and more.
Haile Village Oktoberfest and Haile Light the Village are wildly popular events that pack the village center with people from all over Gainesville and Alachua County. If you haven't been, you should definitely check them out. Get there early for parking!
Similar to Haile Village Center, Haile Market Square is a mixture of homes, shops, restaurants, businesses, and medical offices. Located along the western edge of Haile Plantation and adjacent to the Haile Tennis Center, this area is known as Publix Market Square shopping center because Publix Supermarket anchors this development.
UF Health Shands, Gainesville's leading healthcare provider, recently opened several of its satellite clinics here: UF Health Family Medicine, UF Health Rehab Center, UF Health Women's Center, and UF Health Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine.
You'll find Haile Plantation restaurants both in Haile Village and Haile Market Square. Many of the restaurants are local. Designer cupcakes, fabulous burgers, Italian food, award-winning sushi, New York style Chinese takeout, New York style pizza, and English pub food are just some of the restaurant options available.
Haile Plantation Golf and Country Club offers its members two swimming pools, a tennis center, a fitness center, a Gary Player Signature Golf Course, and more. Tennis, golf, and swim lessons are available.
There are several membership categories offered at various price points. The club is quite active on the weekends as it's a great place for friends to come together and catch up after a busy week. Due to the beauty of the location, many weddings are held here as well.
You are not required to join Haile Plantation Country Club to live in Haile Plantation. You also don't have to live in Haile Plantation to join the club.
Haile Equestrian Center is one of the many things that makes the Haile community unique. The equestrian center offers horseback riding lessons, casual horseback rides, pony parties, summer camps, homeschool programs, and more.
Horse boarding and horse leasing are also offered at the Haile Equestrian Center. Monthly equestrian membership plans are available for those who want to take regular lessons. Students also have the opportunity to train to be part of a show team so they can participate in local horse competitions.
Haile Plantation became a golf cart community in late 2016, joining Town of Tioga which became a golf cart community in 2013. Signs indicating the roads that golf carts are allowed on are installed throughout the Haile community.
Haile Plantation is comprised of dozens of neighborhoods representing a variety of different home styles and price points. There are three Haile Plantation HOAs. Which neighborhood a house is in determines which HOA it is a part of (confused yet? Join the club).
There are three main HOAs which operate within Haile Plantation: Haile Plantation Association (HPA), Haile Plantation West Association (HPW), and Haile Village Center Owners Association (HVCOA). Here is a breakdown of which HOAs serve which neighborhoods.
Camden Court - Century Oaks - Charleston Park - Chesnut Hill - Evans Hollow - Evans Hollow, The Grove - Founders Hill - Grahams Mill - Garden Homes at Grahams Mill - Heritage Green - Heritage Green IV - Indigo Square - Laurel Park - Lexington Farms - Magnolia Walk - Planters Grove - Quail Court Sutherland Crossing - The Preserve
Albury Round - Amelia Gardens - Annadale Round - Ashleigh Circle - Bedford Square - Benjamin's Grove - Bennet's Garden - Branton Court - Bueller's Way - Cameron Park - Carlton Court - Chickasaw Way - Colson's Corner - Fairhaven - Hampstead Park - Hickory Walk - India Station - Katelyn Lane - Kestrel Point - Lenox Gardens - Madison Square - Matheson Woods - Matthew's Grant - Middleton Green - Millington - Mills Glen - Oakmont - Plantation Villas - Prestonwood - Retreat Place - Rosemond Way - Sable Point - Southgate - Spalding Place - Storeys Round - Stratford Ridge - The Hamptons - The Links - Victoria Circle - Westfield Commons - Whitaker Oaks - William Kent Court
Haile Village Center HOA is the HOA for Haile Village Center.
School zoning is always subject to change. Contact the Alachua County Public Schools Zoning Office at (352) 955-7700 to verify school attendance zoning information.
Haile Plantation real estate listings are offered in a variety of styles and price points. You can find anything from 1 bedroom/1 bathroom condos million-dollar custom luxury homes and everything in between.
View current Haile Plantation homes for sale by clicking on the map or on the property thumbnails below.