Oxford in Madison, AL
Finding the right place to live can be tedious. There are numerous places to choose from and this place must also meet your needs. But what city? Oxford is a subdivision that is housed by the beautiful city of Madison in Alabama. It is home to wonderful people who care about their community, the education of their children and peaceful living. The Oxford community rests just west of the County Line Road, westward on Lena Cain.
The Homes of Oxford
The homes here are designed in a two-story fashion that is either fully bricked or partly bricked giving it that wholesome quality that most of us search for in our dream house. The homes have a “Ranch”-like quality to them, with a large front and backyard. If you are looking for space, the square footage ranges between 1600 to 4200. The homes have wooden floors, mostly adding that romanticism we could only hope for in our new home. For more information, click the button below:
Schools Near Oxford
The Oxford community happens to be situated in one of the best places when it comes to education. It is close to five of the highest rated schools in the city of Madison. The highest rated elementary schools are Columbia and Legacy Elementary Schools. When it comes to middle schools both Liberty and Discovery Middle Schools take the prize. The best high school is Bob Jones High School. These schools were rated by public organizations and they compiled these findings in comparison to the United States Public School’s ratings. The schools mentioned were rated 9 to 10 and yes 10 is the highest.
What Is There To Do?
You are in your new place; you are warm and cozy and have made it your own. Now you think: “What is there to do around here?” Well, very nearby there’s the Kids Space Palace, it is a fun place to go and it is free. If you are into theater there is the Madison Children’s Theater which houses great theatrical plays for your whole family to enjoy. If you are feeling a museum, we’ve got you covered there too. The Wesley Prints Inc is near by or the Encore Graphics & Fine Arts. There are numerous parks and libraries that one can visit as well. This little community has it all without feeling cramped and smothered like an overly populated city.