Where we are
We are located in the heart of Florida - about one hour from Orlando, Gainesville and Tampa - bordering The Villages, the nation's fastest growing retirement community.
What we believe
Oxford Land Company's Creed: That I do whatever I can for my neighbor's good, that I treat others as I would like them to treat me, and that I work faithfully so that I may share with those in need. From The Heidelberg Catechism # 110 - 111.
We love our community and its people and strive to be involved in activities that will serve to help in the present and to preserve our heritage. Once a small farming town, Oxford has grown in leaps and bounds thanks to our neighbor, The Villages. Oxford Land Company participates each year, by providing a fun hayride, in the Oxford Fall Festival - the proceeds of which go to maintain our historic Pine Level Cemetery.
Our Broker is an avid historian, who has collected many old photographs and writings concerning Oxford, Sumter County and Florida. He is also a Rotarian and Chairman of the Local Salvation Army Council, working to make a positive impact on our community.
Terry Crenshaw, our Vice President and a Broker/Associate, is Vice President of RLI, Florida Chapter and was active in the Sumter County Economic Development Council. Jim Mariucci, one of our sales associates, is also a Rotarian and a former educator who remains involved in our local schools. Robbie & Jamie Shoemaker, former youth pastor and high school teacher, are active in serving their church and community needs.
Oxford Land Company 2013 awards:
2013 Top Producer/Realtor® of the Year: Robbie Shoemaker
For outstanding service and contribution to Oxford Land Company and the Real Estate profession.
Statement by EDUCATION COMMISSIONER DR. ERIC J. SMITH
Regarding Academically High Performing School Districts
“Today the State Board of Education approved the designation of 13 Florida school districts as 2011-12 Academically High Performing School Districts. These districts have met the rigorous eligibility criteria as outlined in statute that includes compliance with class size, earning high school and district grades, and receiving sound financial audits. Of the 13 school districts meeting the eligibility criteria, 12 are maintaining their designation and five are in their fifth consecutive year, two are in their fourth year, and two are in their third year.
“I extend my congratulations to the following districts for earning the prestigious designation as 2011-12 Academically High Performing School Districts: Brevard, Charlotte, Citrus, Clay, Gulf, Indian River, Lee, Martin, Nassau, Seminole, Sumter, Wakulla and Walton.”
For more information about the 2011-12 Academically High Performing School Districts, visit http://www.fldoe.org/board/meetings/2011_05_17/acad.pdf.