One of a kind property! 76.6 Acres just minutes from Hueston Woods, bordering 4 mile creek on the N.E. corner. 4000 ft. of newly installed fencing, freshly planted pasture fields, two bodies of water ( small fishing pond and newly renovated wetland area), lean-to and two stall horse barn with room for additional stalls. County water has been ran as well as new electric. Approved septic site and perc test complete. 30 acres tillable, 30 acres of mature woods. This property is protected by Three Valley Conservation and CANNOT be split. Horse stalls in barn can be purchased but otherwise do not convey.
Oxford began as a planned village in the early 1800’s when Miami University was formed through an act of the Ohio Legislature in the Northwest Territory. The McGuffey Museum is registered as a National Historic Landmark and honors the significance of William Holmes McGuffey, author of the famed McGuffey Eclectic Readers.
The Oxford Community Park blends sports fields, walking and bike paths and natural areas on over 113 acres. The city has several other parks including Leonard Howell Park, Merry Day Park, Robert M. Artz Park and Northside Bark (a gated canine park). There are several baseball and soccer fields.
Hueston Woods State Park is less than five minutes away. It offers miles of scenic hiking trails, fishing and boating on 625 acre Acton Lake. The park features an 18-hole golf course, naturalist programs; and nature center with a display of live animals. Nearby Brookville Lake is available for fishing and boating.
The TRI Community Center features an indoor and outdoor basketball court, tennis courts, baseball diamond, picnic shelter and two weight rooms. The Oxford Senior Citizens and Community Center offers its facilities for private social gatherings to Oxford residents. A new Oxford Aquatic Center is in the design stages.
The Oxford Community Arts Center features a diverse arrangement of arts programs and exhibits from play performances to drawing sessions to music and art.
5496 Brown Rd
Oxford, OH 45056