The median home value in Oxford,
MD is $872,500.
the county median home value of $372,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Oxford,
MD is $872,500.
Approximately 52% of
Oxford homes are owned,
compared to 12% rented, while
37% are vacant.
Oxford real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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Oxford - Gracious custom brick Cape Cod on Oxford Road Corridor. Featuring 4 bedrooms with first floor primary suite, walk in closet and doors leading to deck. Fabulous gourmet kitchen with Wolf and Subzero appliances. granite counters, bar and wet bar. Great room/sunroom combo with fireplace, beamed ceilings and wood floors offers great space for entertaining with great light. Formal living room with fireplace and formal dining room. Attached car garage, 3 zoned HVAC. Large rear deck and inground gunite pool. Shed and workshop. Situated on 4.5 +/- acres!
A two bedroom cottage within 100 yards of The Strand and the Tred Avon River. Located on high ground, "X" flood zone, no flood insurance is required for this property in Oxford's Historic District. Wood floors, two full baths, propane heat & cooking and a huge front porch. Broadband high-speed internet is available. Single car garage, driveway and off-street parking. Large rear yard. Storage shed.
Great Oxford Road corridor location with over 5 private acres. Bright and spacious 4BR/3BA open floor plan with hardwood and tile floors, updated, cheery kitchen, first-floor office/sitting room, and second-floor recreation room/office space with fireplace ideal for remote work/school. Two-car garage, paved driveway, backyard brick patio with lots of potential for outdoor living spaces. Manageable yard surrounding the home, rest of acreage is wooded. High-speed internet access via Atlantic Broadband. Minutes to Oxford and Easton.
Completely gutted waterfront Cottage in prime Oxford location with a breezy front porch. Situated on Town Creek with 4' MLW and beautiful views. House and pier being completely sold AS-IS. Complete renovations or tear down, many possibilities! House originally offered a living room, dining room, family room, kitchen, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. Minutes to all of Oxford's amenities.
Located on a quiet street in Oxford within close proximity to the strand, ferry, park and local restaurants. This home features a very open floor plan with eat in kitchen and many recent upgrades. Improvements include new windows and doors in 2019, new roof in 2020, stainless steel gas range and refrigerator and the entire house was recently repainted including ceilings, trim and walls. The back yard is spacious and easy to maintain allowing potential buyers to enjoy all the town of Oxford has to offer.
Anderton, circa 1660, is located on the Oxford Rd corridor and Goldsborough Creek off of the Tred Avon River with 1000 feet of shoreline and roughly 2ft MLW. This property is the perfect example of a true Eastern Shore Gentleman's Farm with a tree lined drive, multiple barns, one tidal pond and a main house with good bones that could be brought back to life.
Bright, sunny house with panoramic views of Island Creek. Very private setting. 9.01 acres (approx 2 acre homesite, 1 acre woods, 6 acres agriculture) off Rt.333 ("the Oxford Road"). Field currently planted in soy beans but is ideal for horse pasture. Oxford 3 miles; Easton 7 miles One of the finest points of land in Oxford Neck. High ground with well drained soil. 1000 feet of shoreline, mostly rip-rapped, on Island Creek, with quick access to the mouths of the Choptank and Tred Avon Rivers and the Chesapeake Bay beyond. Eastern, southern and southwestern exposures. Sunrises and winter sunsets over the water. Bailey dock with 6 to 8 ft MLW. Controlling depth at the mouth Island Creek is 6 ft mlw Residence: ---designed by Margaret M. Garey, AIA, taking advantage of the 180 degree water views. --- built in 1987 by Lloyd H. "Bill" Fleming Heated living area 5,004 square feet. Garage 809 sq ft; decks 932 sq ft Redwood and Hardy-plank siding. Oak floors in foyer, hallways, dining room, den. Living Room has two-story ceiling and French doors opening onto 15 x 15 deck, plus 4 x 20 wrap-around deck Den has ca. 1830 mantel from âAshland Farmâ; bi-fold doors open to Living Room; shelves around the room; bookcases over cupboards flank the fireplace. Dining Room with French doors leading to 20 x 4 deck. Crystal chandelier. Bi-fold doors can close off dining room from living room. Oversize two-car Garage with electric door (remotes), recently drywalled and painted. Work bench. Master electric panel/breaker box. Access to crawlspace. Crawlspace has poured concrete floor. Pull-down steps to storage over Garage. Roof replaced ca. 2014 House has gutters and downspouts Marvin thermopane casement windows Utilities: Heat and cooling by three heat pumps Electric: Delmarva Power. Television: by satellite (former owner had âDish TVâ) Internet: Unknown. Probably WiFi Shannahan artesian well. Septic system approved for a 4 bedroom house. Has been pumped on a regular basis.
Carefree Living in Oxford! Desirable duplex perfect for weekends or year round living! Bright and airy 3 bedroom, 2 bath condo close to town amenities including marinas, parks, beaches and restaurants. Unit features spacious first floor primary and full bath. Living room with wood burning fireplace and triple French doors accessing the deck. Dining space and good sized kitchen. Outdoor features screened porch, deck and storage. Condo fee includes lawn care. Easy water access a block away- ideal for kayak and canoe launching.
The Barnaby House is one of the oldest, most historic homes on the Eastern Shore and the oldest house in Oxford still on its original foundation. The National Register of Historic Places says âBuilt in 1770, the story-and-a-half frame house â¦ interior has not been significantly altered since the late eighteenth century. Exposed in the four corners of the house are the principal posts, and a turned baluster stair rises in the northeast corner of the hall. The most elaborate Georgian woodwork is found in the south room or parlor. Served by a corner fireplace, the hearth wall is finished with intact raised paneling. Fixed in the southwest corner of the room is a built-in architectural barrel-back corner cupboard. The north room features a corner fireplace covered with raised panel woodwork as well. Perhaps the rarest interior feature is the series of incised schooners which decorate the large timber lintel over the kitchen fireplace.â It is a unique opportunity to own this historic gem in easily accessible Oxford. The home has all the expected conveniences and provides an easy work from home solution, with a quiet office area at the rear of the house. Schedule your showing today.
Spectacular 4-bedroom home plus a large bonus room with half bath over the 2-car garage. Primary suite accessed by curving stairway or private elevator with sitting area, huge bathroom, closets and even it's own kitchen. South Wing has second primary suite plus two additional bedrooms. Three living rooms and formal dining room in addition to family room attached to gourmet kitchen. Large gunite pool surrounded by decks and electric awnings. Brick driveway. All this on one of the quietest streets in Oxford yet close to the center of town with park, general store and less than a block from marinas and other water access. Adjoining 6800 sq. ft. lot also available.
Price Reduced!"Charlecote" This private waterfront estate, sited on 4.16 acres, features one-level living with 3 bedrooms, 4.5 baths and craftsmanship throughout. Entire house renovated by Ilex Construction in 2008, included kitchen, baths, roof and mechanical systems. Located on Trippe Creek. Just minutes from Talbot Country Club. Covenants and Restrictions apply.