Andy Garner

1630 Enon Road Oxford, NC 27565



1 full, 1 half
Square Feet
Single Family
Not in a Subdivision
Primary BR on Main
Golf Course

EQUESTRIAN DREAM/LARGE HORSE FARM. Stable is 150x300 (45,000 sqft) w/115x200 Indoor Arena. 42 Acres incl w/multiple building spots for future dream homes. 2,000 sqft Office/Lounge/Living Qtrs w/2 Bdrms+Office, 1.5 Baths. 20+ Horse Stalls and room for many more. Multiple Tack Rms/Workshop, addl outbuildings. Beautiful stream and shared pond. TOO MUCH TO LIST!! 10+ RV hookups, trails, just too much to list! Addl acreage available in package deal, see that listing for details.

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  • Single Family


  • Deck House
  • Traditional
  • 2 Story


  • Covered Parking
  • DW/Gravel
  • Parking Lot

Year Built

  • 2012


  • 42.79

Square Feet

  • 2,000

List Date

  • May 17, 2022


  • Not in a Subdivision


Elementary School

  • Granville - Butner-Stem

Middle School

  • Granville - Butner/Stem Middle

High School

  • Granville - Granville Central



  • Luxury Vinyl

Sewer Type

  • Septic Tank


  • Central Air
  • Heat Pump


  • Forced Air
  • Heat Pump


  • Elec. Dryer HU
  • Electric Range
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator

Interior Features

  • Ceiling Fan
  • DSL Available
  • Granite Counter Tops
  • Walk in Close

Specialty Rooms

  • Office
  • Rec Room


Exterior Features

  • Barn
  • Covered Porch
  • Deck
  • Detached Workshop
  • Farm
  • Fenced Yard
  • G

Exterior Construction

  • Wood Ext

Lot Dimensions

  • See survey


  • Yes


  • Yes


  • Metal

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Oxford is a quaint city located in the north central part of North Carolina, serving as the county seat of Granville County. It is known for its beautiful historic homes and buildings, providing charm and intrigue for residents and visitors alike.


Real Estate

Oxford is filled with stunning architecture at both the commercial and residential level, showcasing historic Victorian, traditional and Colonial homes. Oxford is known for its historic homes with beautiful landscaping, celebrated with the city’s Yard of the Month award program. The city has a population of approximately 8,000, providing a small-town feel a short drive from larger cities nearby. Oxford’s cost of living is less than both the state and national average, making the city’s homes more affordable than other areas.


Lifestyle and Attractions

Oxford is a walkable and friendly city, hosting a number of historic buildings. The center of town is dotted with local businesses, creative eateries and boutique shops, providing a lively and colorful atmosphere. Oxford is located relatively close to Durham and Raleigh, situated about 30 and 40 miles away, respectively. Oxford residents have a variety of options for shopping, dining and entertainment both in town or within nearby cities accessible via I-85. Oxford hosts a few annual community events and festivals, including the NC Hot Sauce Contest and the Strawberry Jam.


Oxford hosts several beautiful parks, including Lake Devin Park, which includes a stocked public fishing lake and park with a shelter area, outdoor volleyball court, horseshoe pit, fishing pier, boat ramp, and nature trails with overlooks. In 2008, the City of Oxford established the College Street Historic District and the Main Street Historic District, each of which include an architectural mosaic of Greek Revival, Italianate, Victorian and Queen Anne architecture built principally during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Oxford is home to several cultural and art venues, such as Granville County Historical Society Museums, G.C. Shaw Museum, the Granville Arts Council and the Granville Little Theatre.


Nearby Schools and Higher Education

Oxford is part of Granville County Schools, hosting 20 schools total. Of those, two elementary schools, three middle schools and two high schools are located in Oxford. There is one private school, Christian Faith Center Academy, located nearby in Creedmoor. Residents may access a number of nearby colleges and universities, including Vance-Granville Community College, Duke University in Durham and North Carolina State University in Raleigh.




Oxford’s history dates back to 1761, when local legislator Samuel Benton built a plantation home and named it Oxford. The legislature later ordered that the area around the plantation should be the seat of Granville County, and the city was incorporated in 1816. The city of Oxford has a history steeped in education. St. John’s College was founded in Oxford in 1858, and later became the Masonic Home for Children, an educational institution for orphaned children. Oxford was also the starting point of Horner Military Academy and Oxford Female College, which are both now closed.


Approximate Distance to:


Durham: 30 Miles

Raleigh: 40 Miles


Raleigh-Durham International Airport: 39.5 Miles



  • Duke University Hospital: 33 Miles

  • Duke Raleigh Hospital: 38.5 Miles


Major Highway:

  • I-85: 1.5 Miles

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