Gainesville FL Real Estate

Angela St. John, Realtor
Classic Properties
3921 NW 97th Blvd., Ste. 101
Gainesville, FL 32606
Office: (352) 331-2100 Ext. 360
Cell: (352) 256-7038

Fax: (352)376.8021
E-MAIL: GainesvillePro@yahoo.com


 

Gainesville Voted #1 Place to Live in America!


 



According to the 2007 edition of Cities Ranked and Rated, Gainesville is the #1 city to live in the nation!

Where to play GOLF, Where to EAT & Gainesville area Parks



Gainesville Schools

Informatation on Gainesville's Elementary, Middle and High School locations and zoning


                                           SCHOOL RATING information:

Click for School Rating Info 

(Click 3rd link down on left called "School Grades" for PDF of Alachua Co. schools' ratings)

SCHOOL BOARD WEBSITE   


 

About Gainesville 
 

 Wikipedia Article on Gainesville

City of Gainesville Website

Questions about Museums, Hunting/Fishing Licenses, Parks or Movie Theatres?  For everything Gainesville visit:  http://www.gogainesville.com/

Gainesville Calendar of Events (Click the 'click here' button if calendar does not open immediately)



 

Alachua County Property Appraiser info

  

 Alachua Co. Property Appraiser Home Page


Homestead Exemption Q & As


Application for Homestead Exemption

(top link)
 

 






 


Welcome to Florida


 
State in the extreme SE United States. A long, low peninsula between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Florida is bordered by Georgia and Alabama.
 
Area, 58,560 sq mi (151,670 sq km).
Pop. (2000) 15,982,378, a 23.5% increase since the 1990 census.
Capital, Tallahassee.
Largest city, Jacksonville. 
Nickname, Sunshine State.
Motto, In God We Trust.
State bird, mockingbird.
State flower, orange blossom.
State tree, Sabal palmetto palm.
 
 
 
 
Tourism plays a primary role in the state's economy; in 1996 visitors to Florida spent over $48 billion. Walt Disney World, a massive cluster of theme parks near Orlando that is one of the world's leading tourist attractions; Universal Studios, a combination theme park and film and television production facility, also near Orlando; and other attractions draw millions yearly.
Famed beaches, such as those at Miami Beach , Daytona Beach , and Fort Lauderdale , attract hordes of vacationers. With more than 4,000 sq mi (10,360 sq km) of inland water and with the sea readily accessible from almost anywhere in the state, Florida is a fishing paradise. Other attractions include Everglades National Park, with its unusual plant and animal life; Palm Beach , with its palatial estates; and Sanibel Island's picturesque resorts.

Famous for its citrus fruits, Florida leads the nation in the production of oranges, grapefruits, tangerines, and market-ready corn and tomatoes. Other important crops include sugarcane and many varieties of winter vegetables. Cattle and dairy products are important, as is commercial fishing, with the catch including crabs, lobsters, and shrimp.

 

 

*Information from Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition





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