Nestled in the northern part of Oakland county, Oxford township offers excellent residential opportunities. It has retained its picturesque rural atmosphere and provides residents with the best of two worlds. People can enjoy living in the country yet still experience the conveniences of a small city with an array of shops and services for everyone. Once knows as the "Gravel Capital of the World," some of the mined areas have been transformed into prestigious residential developments and industrial parks. Oxford's 36 square mile area includes more than fifty lakes, four local parks and both public and private golf courses, offering extensive recreation facilities for boating, golfing, swimming and picnics.
The Village of Oxford is one square mile and includes the Central Business District. M-24, which bisects Oxford, is an important north-south corridor providing direct access to I-69 linking Fling and Port Huron. It is also linked to I-75 with its amazing connections throughout Metro Detroit and the state, placing Oxford at an excellent juncture. The village maintains a small town look even with the addition of modern amenities. Top-notch schools and a new, state of the art public library attest to the modern status of this area. The downtown offers an array of unique shops, restaurants, a 6 screen movie theatre, and business services. Many village homes have historical character, which contributes to the overall quaint character of this community.
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