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Oakmont – Gainesville New Home Community

How rare and refreshing – a genuinely people-oriented, new home community with a warm and welcoming heart and a focus on easy and stylish living that is balanced with nature at every touchpoint. Located just minutes away from UF Health Shands Hospital on over 550 acres, Oakmont in Gainesville offers brand new homes and brings a new lifestyle choice to the area.

Inviting Sense of Arrival 

Oakmont features a grand entrance that makes a statement and creates an inviting sense of arrival. Lakes and lush landscaping enhance the aura of elegance, offering residents and guests alike a sense of unspoiled natural beauty and a hint of the truly special place and good life just beyond. New homes are offered by several of the areas top builders and will start in the mid $300’s.

“Couldn’t ask for a better place to live”

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📍 12011 SW 33rd Place, Gainesville, FL 32608
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May 24, 2024Gainesville, FL – May 22, 2024 – The Oakmont community came together for the annual Slacker Run, a cherished charity event that supports the Child Advocacy Center. This year’s event, held on May 18, 2024, was a resounding success, with enthusiastic participation and remarkable fundraising achievements. The Slacker Run, known for its fun and inclusive atmosphere, welcomed 213 participants to run during the event. Combined with the generous $4,250 donation from the Oakmont community, the event’s fundraising efforts raised a grand total of $28,346.59. “The Child Advocacy Center board and staff are extremely grateful for the support of Oakmont and ICI Homes as well as the Alachua County community.” Sherry Kitchens, President/CEO of the Child Advocacy Center, Inc., said, “We are blown away by your generosity, and child abuse victims will be provided life-saving services when they need them. We are so appreciative of the Oakmont Slacker Run for the significant impact it is making in the lives of children.” The funds raised will directly benefit the Child Advocacy Center, aiding in their mission to support and protect vulnerable children in the region. The center provides critical services, including counseling, advocacy, and support for children and families affected by abuse. ICI Homes, the developer behind the Oakmont community, played a pivotal role in organizing the Slacker Run. As a leading custom homebuilder in Florida, ICI Homes is committed to enhancing lives through community engagement and charitable initiatives. Their involvement in the Slacker Run exemplifies their dedication to giving back to the communities they help build. “ICI Homes is proud to support the Slacker Run and the important work of the Child Advocacy Center,” said Jocylyne Wagle, Sales Manager at ICI Homes. “Our team values the opportunity to contribute to such a meaningful cause and to see our community come together for the greater good.” About ICI Homes Headquartered in Daytona Beach, FL for over 45 years, ICI Homes has built thousands of homes in prestigious communities in many major Florida markets including Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa, and Gainesville. Known as Florida’s Custom Home Builder, the company is widely recognized for its unique ability to customize any home with a focus on superior energy-wise standards of their luxury custom single-family, estate and townhomes. ICI Homes continues to win hundreds of awards for outstanding design features and was awarded the Platinum Builder Award by HBW in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2023. ICI Homes is consistently ranked among the nation’s “Top 100 Builders” by Builder magazine and has been named “Builder of the Year” by the Florida Home Builders Association many times over. For more information, visit ICIHomes.com. About Oakmont Community Oakmont is a vibrant community dedicated to fostering a supportive and inclusive environment for all its residents. Known for its strong community spirit and commitment to charitable causes, Oakmont hosts a variety of events throughout the year, with the Slacker Run being a highlight on the annual calendar. About the Child Advocacy Center The Child Advocacy Center is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for children who have experienced abuse. Through comprehensive services, the center works tirelessly to ensure the well-being and protection of vulnerable children and their families. [...] Read more...
May 23, 2024Our fluffy, furry and feathered family members are as important to us as our human ones, so if you’re exploring a new custom Florida home in the Gainesville area, you’ll want to make sure the move — whether across town or continents — is a good one for your pet(s) too.   You’re on the right track with Oakmont. It’s Gainesville’s premier master-planned community. Oakmont’s size, amenities and location set it apart in this slice of north central Florida, and there’s plenty of room for you and your household, and animal friends. Located on Gainesville’s booming southwest flank, Oakmont’s only minutes from a lively historic downtown, the University of Florida and Santa Fe College campuses, and some of the state’s most picturesque outdoor recreation offerings. Its more than 550 acres feature gentle hills, massive live oaks, pine and palm-studded woodlands, and a Residents Club that anchors all those amenities (think resort-style swimming pools, sports courts, an event lawn and playground).  And, since dogs likely are the most common pets among Oakmont residents (we see you, cat lovers!), we’ll spotlight Fido with tips on how to make pets part of your new Oakmont home.   Get up and go   At Oakmont, dogs have miles of community sidewalks and walking paths to explore (remember to be a good neighbor and use a leash). But when you and your dog want to roam away from home, there’s no shortage of Gainesville-area destinations. Below are a few suggestions.   Possum Creek Park: a Gainesville city park that includes fenced areas for small and large dogs.    Squirrel Ridge Park: an Alachua County park that includes a 17-acre dog park.   Must Love Dogs Park & Daycare: a private facility near Oakmont that offers 15 acres of off-leash space with alligator-free ponds and boarding and daycare.   Paynes Prairie State Preserve: Florida’s first state preserve welcomes leashed dogs but note safety restrictions on some trails.   Gainesville-Hawthorne State Trail: a popular 16-mile trail that welcomes leashed dogs.   Kanapaha Botanical Gardens: amazing landscapes near Oakmont that are leashed-dog-friendly.  Alachua County Library District’s Reading Education Assistance Dogs (R.E.A.D.): If your household includes youngsters developing their out-loud reading skills, this program offers therapy dogs who don’t mind being read to.   To add a pet to your new Oakmont home, or volunteer in a pet-oriented project, check out Alachua County’s animal resources info here.   Not every activity works for every pet. We encourage you to seek recommendations — a great way to get to know other Oakmont pet parents.   Customization ideas for pets  When you build a new Oakmont home, talk to your builder about installing a dog shower in your laundry room. Other customizable ideas are hooks for leashes, and pull-out cabinets for pet food and other supplies such as cat litter in those drop zones.   Don’t forget custom cutouts for dog and cat beds, and for litter boxes. These can be created under stairs and in mudrooms.    Ready for your Oakmont lifestyle? Talk to us here.     [...] Read more...
March 19, 2024Spring has sprung, summer is around the corner, and longer days and temperate evenings mean the perfect time for Oakmont residents to stretch their legs. Hiking in Florida’s cooler months has its charms — lower humidity and opportunities to pile on that toasty, little-used outerwear. But once landscapes glow with new growth, it’s the perfect time for Oakmont residents to get out for a walk. There’s no shortage of walking opportunities in north central Florida. Oakmont is Gainesville’s premier master-planned community, surrounded by gently rolling hills, plentiful freshwater springs and numerous city, county and state parks. So grab those athletic shoes and give it a go. Here’s a quick list of walkable places near Oakmont. Gopher Tortoise Reserve Oakmont spans 556 acres and if you’re a newer resident who hasn’t sampled your community’s jaw-dropper amenities, the Gopher Tortoise Reserve is a great first expedition. It’s home to protected tortoises who share their habitat with a two-mile walking trail. Open only to Oakmont residents, the trail winds through the Reserve’s 46 acres and features signage explaining its sights. You’ll see woodlands, flowering plants and meadows, and perhaps a tortoise. It’s a fun walk for all ages. Note: the Gopher Tortoise Reserve trail is pedestrian-only. Tuck your bicycle in the storage rack at the trail entrance. Paynes Prairie State Park This is an outdoor recreational powerhouse only minutes and miles south of Gainesville and Oakmont and a can’t-miss excursion. Paynes Prairie was designated Florida’s first state preserve in 1971 and is a National Natural Landmark. The site’s history spans thousands of years, from native peoples, to Spanish, English and American settlers, and folks like noted 18th-century botanist William Bartram. It’s also home to much wildlife and waterfowl, and is the site where regional springs and rivers merge into Florida’s underground limestone aquifer, which supplies most of the state’s freshwater resources. Unsurprisingly, Paynes Prairie boasts some great hiking trails. There are eight of varying distances, including the three-mile La Chua Trail, which ends at the Preserve’s 50-foot-tall observation tower. Join a Preserve ranger-guided Rim Ramble Hike on Saturday mornings. Note: dogs are not allowed on some Paynes Prairie trails due to wildlife risks. Check the Preserve’s website for more information. Gainesville-Hawthorne State Trail This popular Gainesville-area trail actually courses through the north rim of Paynes Prairie State Preserve and is included as one of the Preserve’s eight hiking trails. The Trail is a paved multi-purpose surface that’s 10-feet-wide and roomy enough for cyclists, hikers, runners and other people who enjoy outdoor recreation. A grass-covered equestrian trail parallels it. It’s part of a Rails-to-Trails restoration and runs along an old railroad bed from Gainesville to the historic town of Hawthorne. The Trail begins in Gainesville, at Boulware Springs Park, moves east through Paynes Prairie State Preserve, and ends in Hawthorne. There are four trailheads and plenty of historic sites and landscapes to enjoy along the way. Ready for your Oakmont lifestyle? Talk to us here. [...] Read more...