Come to our Open House, we will donate $10 to ACHS
For every person who visits our Open House between 11 AM to 5 PM on Sunday, November 15th, $10 will be donated to the Alachua County Humane Society[*]
See this beautiful home and support a great cause! Join Mike Hastings, Realtor with Dawn Realty at the open house on the afternoon of November 15th. Enjoy light refreshments while viewing this newly remodeled and available Gainesville property in the Northwood West neighborhood off of NW 43rd Street. Free and open to the public.
4918 NW 41st Street Gainesville Florida—Entirely updated and now with a light and bright open floor plan. This home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a screened-in pool. The kitchen includes new stainless appliances, gorgeous granite counters and new wood cabinets. Wood and tile floors, new roof and too many updates to list. The fenced backyard is even ready for your new four-legged friend from the Humane Society! The house is in a quiet neighborhood between Santa Fe and UF, and is a short drive from both campuses, three city parks and Hunter’s Crossing Publix Shopping Center, shops and area restaurants.
UF Homes: A locally-owned company operated by Tom Woodruff, UF Homes restores and renews houses in neighborhoods throughout Gainesville and Alachua County as rental units or for resale. For more information, please contact Tom Woodruff at (352) 214-9282.
Mike Hastings, Realtor® with Dawn Realty: Mike has been selling real estate since 2004. Mike enjoys selling residential properties, working on resales and investments, and is proud to support the community through his charity work and serving on numerous boards and committees. See our listings at www.mhastings.com. Contact Mike Hastings at 352-538-1092 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alachua County Humane Society: Alachua County Humane Society is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to helping pets in Alachua County for more than 40 years.
Together with our Maddie’s Fund Community Partners, we work closely with Alachua County’s municipal public intake shelter, Alachua County Animal Services to reduce the euthanasia rate from over 7,000 per year to under 1,000. Our goal is to become a community where no healthy or treatable animal is euthanized due to lack of space.
Alachua County Humane Society is a limited intake, no-kill animal rescue shelter. Most of the animals in our facility are transferred from Alachua County Animal Services. We also care for numerous underage litters of puppies and kittens during the overwhelming spring seasons. From the moment animals arrive at ACHS, our number one priority is to their facilitate comfort and care and find them a loving home as quickly as possible.
[*] Up to $2000.