Oxford Place is an established community off S. College Road in the S. 17th Street area of Wilmington, NC. It's a short drive to shopping and dining, and the golf course at Pine Valley Country Club. It neighbors James E.L. Wade Park, a 17-acre wetland park that has a 1/2 mile walking trail that crosses a creek and provides plenty of observation areas for enjoying views of the water, birds, crabs, fish, and more. Plus, it has a playground, picnic area, and classroom center.
For water lovers, a public boat ramp is just 8 minutes away. Beside it is Masonboro Yacht Club and Marina, and across from it is Masonboro Island. Both Carolina Beach and Wrightsville Beach are 20 minutes away, so residents can easily enjoy either destination and the events that happen throughout the year.
The homes in Oxford Place were built in the 1990s, and include sprawling ranches, stately Colonials, and welcoming farmhouses. Both open and traditional floor plans exist with living spaces ranging from 1,600 - 3,00o square-feet with 3-5 bedrooms and 2-4 baths. Bay windows, fire places, French doors, vaulted ceilings, arched doorways, and large bonus rooms are common features, as well as attached 2-car garages and decks. Many of the homes have back yard retreats with swimming pools, gardens, and sitting areas, as the lots range from .25 acres to .5 acres and are surrounded by mature trees and landscaping.
Oxford Place has so much to offer home buyers. If you’re interested in scheduling a showing, have questions about a particular property, or want to know more about the community, contact the Cameron Team today.
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