Woodlands of Gainesville is a great student housing option for local and international students at the University of Florida. The facility is located at 5120 SW 13th Place Gainesville, FL 32607. It comprises 2, 3 and 4 bedroom townhome-style apartments with great facilities. Less than three miles away from campus, come, see how student accommodation at Woodlands of Gainesville can enhance your college years.
Choose from furnished two to four-bedroom apartments, with private bathrooms for each bedroom. The units feature charming vaulted ceilings and plenty of storage for everything needed for a great student life. To make mealtimes easy, there’s a microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator and garbage disposal in the kitchen. Laundry is easy too, with the washer dryer in each unit. All without breaking into a sweat because of the central air-conditioning. There’s internet and satellite TV facility too. Look out and chat with fellow students from the balcony or patio, or look ahead to see a clubhouse, a picnic area, and a resort style pool- all community amenities that you can enjoy at Woodlands of Gainesville. Don’t forget to check out the game rooms and computer labs, too. For fitness enthusiasts, there’s a 24-hour fitness center, a basketball court, sand volleyball court-- and hot tub to take care of sore muscles later.
The student housing rent rate includes furnishing, internet, and satellite TV as well as other residential amenities like washer/dryer, as well as the use of the community facilities such as the pool and fitness center.
Security and maintenance
There’s private security on the property to assist with any student emergency, as well as watch out for resident safety and privacy. Text alerts and electronic key systems complete the security arrangements. Friendly staff and managers are on site and always available.
Public transport accessibility
The student accommodation complex is located just a few minutes from the University of Florida campus and on the RTS bus line. Making it simple to get wherever you have to.
Things to do nearby
Take time off to visit Gainesville’s Butterfly Rainforest, home to hundreds of free-flying butterflies and birds.
Then, you can spot other exotic creatures in the city’s many restaurants and bars, from mainstream to hipster.
Try The Swamp for wings and nachos, as well as more upmarket tempeh burgers and ahi tuna.