Oxford, Ma. Real Estate Information
The Town of Oxford is a small community located 14 miles south of Worcester. Situated in a valley it is part of the flood plain of the French River. While the town is primarily a residential community there is an active business presence, most notably, from Walmart and Home Depot.
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Around the Town
Oxford’s long standing history as a mill town has disappeared in history. A walk along the center of town displays some historical homes and numerous shops. The town offers lots of open spaces for new development. A ride through Oxford’s side streets attest to the renewed interest by buyers as a great place to live.
Oxford Ma real estate offers purchasers many opportunities. The town has a well established business presence along with ample housing stock to accommodate any potential buyer. S & R Properties manages several properties in Oxford, and has listed and sold several homes in town.
Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross, once lived in Oxford. The Barton Center for Diabetes Education, Inc. located in North Oxford is one of the largest, independent camping and educational programs in the country dedicated to children who live with diabetes and the people who care for them. Several thousand children and their families involve themselves in many annual programs held at the center.
Several major highways intersect the town making it a convenient location for commercial investment and commuters alike.