New Oxford, Pennsylvania Real Estate and Community InformationNew Oxford is a borough located in Adams County, Pennsylvania. The community also occupies the 17350 zip code. The population estimate of 2014 pins the number of residents at 1,790 residents.
The borough is home to several large manufacturing plants providing employment opportunities in the food, paper products and propane energy industries. New Oxford, known as the Original Antiques Capital of the South-Central, PA, is a popular location for antique shops which attracts many antique enthusiasts.
Residents will find a mix of blue and white collar employment opportunities including sales, service providers, office and professional in addition to manufacturing.
Residents will also find several private schools in the area offering an alternative to public school education. Some of the private schools are religion based.
Home buyers will also find some new construction indicating a strong housing market and economy. The neighborhoods are quiet and ideal for those that value peace and solitude.
For anyone interested in New Oxford real estate, contact RE/Max Quality Services, Inc. The real estate team is experienced with available real estate in the community and knowledgable about the surrounding area. The team is on top of the latest real estate trends and utilizes the latest tools to help clients find and purchase the right home within budget. The real estate team is especially helpful to first time buyers as they will guide them through the home buying process.
Parks and Recreation
Attractions, Activities and Events
New Oxford is only 7 miles from historic Gettysburg where visitors will enjoy historic walking tours and events.
Residents will also find many events in the area including holiday and seasonal celebrations and charitable events. The Fourth of July festival is a popular and well attended event and includes a parade and a day of food and music celebrations topped with the annual fireworks display.
One of the more popular events is the annual antique and crafts show sponsored by the local Chamber of Commerce. The event is held on the third Saturday in June and has grown to be one of the largest events of its kind in the east.