Price Range: $120,000 to $300,000
Home Types: Single Family and Townhomes
Size: 665 homes
Age Range: 1985 to 1995
About Oxxford Hunt
Oxxford Hunt is a great entry level subdivision of mostly single family homes located in the western central part of Cary. Built from the mid 1980s to the mid 1990s, Oxxford Hunt has enjoyed consistent popularity and strong sales over the years. The subdivision has trails that connect to the Cary greenway system which leads directly into Bond Park, making it a great neighborhood to live in and enjoy the outdoors.
Oxxford Hunt has a clubhouse, swimming pool, a newly constructed play area, tennis courts, and a large pavilion for outdoor entertaining. Lake Hoffman is a 9 acre man made lake with a picturesque fountain adjacent to the subdivisions walking trails.
In the last year single family homes have ranged from $190,000 to just over $300,000. There has only been one townhome sold in the last year, for $120,000.
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Oxxford Hunt is located along Chatham Road between Old Apex Road and Cary Parkway. There are plenty of grocery stores nearby, and it is convenient to downtown Cary, Crossroads, Cary Towne Center, Cornerstone, and Beaver Creek shopping centers.
Things to do
There's a wealth of things to do near Oxxford Hunt, starting with Cary's Bond Park located off High House Road. Bond Park has a small lake where you can rent paddleboats, canoes, and sunfish sailboats. They also have softball fields, a ropes course, an amphitheater, and picnic shelters.
Nearby is Thomas Brooks Park which has 4 lighted baseball diamonds, 2 basketball slabs, 2 soccer fields, a playground and picnic areas. Thomas Brooks Park is also home to the USA Baseball National Training Complex.
On the south side of Cary is the Koka Booth Amphitheater which runs events ranging from Shakespearean plays to classic rock concerts to hosting the Raleigh Symphony for a summer pops series. The Amphitheater is located in Regency Park and also hosts a huge 4th of July celebration every summer.
Within 5 to 10 minutes you can also go to the movies, go ice skating, roller skating, bowling, and visit numerous Cary Parks. If you open your drive up a bit you can spend an afternoon boating on Jordan Lake, enjoy the museums in downtown Raleigh, expand your education at one of the eight local colleges and universities, or attend a major sporting event at one of our three local ACC schools. And for hockey fans Raleigh is home to the Carolina Hurricanes.
Sales in Oxxford Hunt were slow last quarter, matching much of what is happening in Cary. The good news is that the sale price per square foot is around $115 per square foot, which is fairly typical for an entry level subdivision. While it would be nice to see a higher sales volume it is encouraging to see that the average sale price and sale price per square foot have remained strong.