There are many pool neighborhoods in Gainesville FL and the surrounding area. If you want a pool but don’t want to worry about the expense and time involved in maintaining one, moving into a neighborhood with a community pool is a great option. If you live in a pool neighborhood you will be part of an HOA. Part of your HOA dues are used for pool upkeep. Not every HOA neighborhood has a pool.

Advantages of living in a pool neighborhood

When you split the cost of taking care of a swimming pool with all of your neighbors, it’s a lot cheaper to own one! Living in a pool neighborhood also gives you the chance to meet your neighbors and cool off on those hot summer days.

Gainesville neighborhoods with pools often have clubhouses nearby to the pool. A lot of times, neighborhoods allow residents to rent out the clubhouses for parties. Information on how to rent out the clubhouse is available through the HOA.

Town of Tioga is a pool neighborhood in the Gainesville area
Neighborhood pool in Town of Tioga

Homes for sale in pool neighborhoods in Gainesville FL and surrounding areas are available in a variety of price points. Generally speaking, you are more likely to find homes for sale in pool neighborhoods at price points above $250,000.

Top-selling pool neighborhoods

Arbor Greens, LongLeaf, Oakmont, Town of Tioga, and Turnberry Lake are some of the top-selling pool neighborhoods in Gainesville and surrounding areas in Alachua County.

Another option to pool neighborhoods

If you’re buying a house, you want a pool, and can’t find what you are looking for in a pool neighborhood, joining Dwight H. Hunter or H. Spurgeon Cherry public pools in Gainesville is another popular option.