Exciting new community Oxford Commons
Oxford Commons is close to everything you love about Oxford: Ole Miss Football, the Square, The Grove, Rowan Oak, and renowned 5-star restaurants. Enjoy it all in a beautiful new home with soft, traditional French Country style and access to first-class amenities.

Oxford Commons is designed to encourage community, calling to mind a simpler time when neighbors spent Sunday afternoons visiting on the porch. Yet every home features the latest conveniences, upscale finishes, and meticulous attention to detail.

Whether you’re looking for your new home, or maybe even a space for your professional office or retail business, Oxford Commons has it all offering both new homes in the residential neighborhoods of The Preserve and The Heights, and professional office & commercial retail space in The Village.

Oxford Commons Features:

Oxford Commons is the perfect location, whether you’re looking for a weekend home near your alma mater
or want to relocate to Oxford full time.

  • Homes from the $300’s
  • Biking and Walking Trails
  • High School and Elementary Schools
  • Day Care
  • Church
  • Malco Movie Theater
  • 100% Fiber 1-Gigabyte Internet
  • Excellent Amenities Including: Shopping, Dining, and Professional Offices in Oxford Commons’ The Village

 

Oxford Commons Best

Ice Cream Social “Sundae Funday” on July 31

Ice Cream Social ad 2016 Oxford Commons is inviting friends, family, neighbors, and residents to enjoy an afternoon ice cream sundae on Sunday, July 31 any time from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. It’s a good time to meet people and talk about how the community is growing. The ice cream plus all the fixins will be provided by Oxford Commons free […] Continue reading →

Custom Homes & Half-Acre Lots Now Available

custom lots Blackburn Communities is proud to announce that custom homes are now available on new half-acre lots at Oxford Commons. Homeowners will get to choose each and every aspect of their new home while still being in the wonderful Oxford Commons subdivision. The larger lots also back up to green conservation areas that will never be […] Continue reading →