Oxford Place is an established neighborhood in Fort Mill, SC located approximately 4 miles out Doby’s Bridge Rd from Tom Hall St. The neighborhood sits just 3 miles from Highway 21, making for an easy drive into Indian Land and the Ballantyne area of Charlotte. Construction of the planned Bypass a little ways north of Oxford Place will reduce the drive time from Oxford Place to I-77.
Oxford Place is a fairly small neighborhood, containing only 106 homes. Privacy abounds with most lots in excess of 1 acre. Many lots are heavily wooded, adding to the feeling of seclusion. Construction in Oxford Place started in the late 1990s and there is a good amount of diversity in the architectural design which tends to be traditional.
There are two entrances off of Doby’s Bridge Rd to Oxford Place. The southeastern entrance is named Oxford Place East and there are only two streets accessible from this entrance, Oxford Place Dr and White Chapel Court. The northwestern entrance is Oxford Place West. Streets accessible from this entrance are Cabin Creek Court, Croyden Court, Doe Ridge Lane, Kingston Way, and Savile Lane.
Nearby neighborhoods include Massey, Beckenham, The Forest, and Lynnwood Farms. Oxford Place residents attend Fort Mill Elementary School, Fort Mill Middle School, and Nation Ford High School. School assignments are subject to change and there is a new elementary school planned for the Doby’s Bridge Rd area in 2014.
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