Liz Pooley

Turnberry Lake is a beautiful community of about 140 homes located off the scenic 241 corridor that connects Gainesville to the high-tech hub of Alachua. The subdivision is about a 20 minute drive to Shands UF Hospital and the University of Florida, and less than 10 minutes from downtown Alachua. It is also very close to NW 39th Avenue and Millhopper Road, which provide very good access to northwest Gainesville.

The homes here are open, contemporary and handsome. Built by G.W. Robinson beginning in 2004 and continuing into 2018, the homes range in size from 2200 to 4000 square feet, and are priced from $330,000 to over $650,000. The homes here hold their resale value very well.

This well designed subdivision features sidewalks winding throughout the community, a large pool and pool pavilion, a children’s playground, and a pristine 10 acre man-made lake. It is adjacent to Jonesville Park (many  of the homes are within walking distance to the park), a spectacular, new multi-use facility that includes baseball and softball fields with shaded bleachers, tennis courts, a disc golf course, walking trails and picnic areas.