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Neighborhoods still have block parties in Oxford and kids still ride bikes to school, to sporting practices, and to pick up basketball games in the court by City Hall. This is possible because there is a variety of housing types and price ranges available in Oxford.

Historic Oxford – has houses ranging from bungalows to large two-story columned mansions from the turn of the century. Most houses have been restored but there are some diamonds in the rough awaiting the owner prepared for the challenge and the reward of restoration. Historic Oxford homes in both a National Register District, as well as a Local Historic District offer the protection of a Historic Preservation Commission made up of citizens from the District. Downtown Walking Map

Surrounding Neighborhoods – Historic Oxford and the Downtown are also surrounded by neighborhoods with a combination of historic homes, mid-century ranch houses, and suburban houses on larger lots. Several established neighborhoods such as Rollingwood, Meadowbrook, Oxford Estates, and Green Acres still have buildable lots that are attractive to those who prefer a more well-established neighborhood.

Newer Neighborhoods - Oxford Park has the look and feel of a historic neighborhood but is a new planned community with sidewalks and great amenities throughout. Lexington Park also has underground utilities, a pool, and offers an opportunity for a new custom house for those who want to build from the ground up.