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Oxford Manor is a charming community of garden-style apartments & townhomes. All offer private entrances that lead to spacious and bright rooms. Relax and unwind at the end of your day on your private balcony or patio. Enjoy having your very own washer and dryer. Living at Oxford Manor provides you with all the amenities that you want in your new home. You'll find our residents relaxing by the swimming pool on a warm summer day. Our playground is another great place to have some fun. We invite you to take a leisurely stroll around our beautifully landscaped grounds. Our convenience puts you exactly where you want to be on the West Shore. Oxford Manor is approximately a 15-minute drive to the city of Harrisburg and you are within minutes of Routes 11 & 15, Interstate 81 & 83 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Public transportation is also conveniently located. When you are ready to enjoy a night on the town, you'll find fine dining and great entertainment surrounds our fabulous community.
Lease terms are variable. Please inquire with property staff.<BR>Pet Policy: Breed Restrictions. $250-350 Pet Fee. $25-35 Pet Rent.
Peaceful quiet communinity enjoy it very clean area apartments are clean
Very nice staff, very clean common areas I work long hours, so I do not use the recreational items very much
Have a really pleasant stay unti now .peaceful and quiet community
Been very pleasant. Nice, quiet, safe neighbor. Perfect location and close to everything that I need.
This place is exactly what we wanted for us and our dogs. The washer/dryer saves us alot of money vs going to the laundromat like we were in our previous apartment. The dishwasher was a definite plus for me. Having an actual place for our dogs to run around is great and they love it. Plus the neighborhood over all is a much better place than where we previously were in Harrisburg. I wish I would have known about this place originally when i moved here from California for work, but its better late than never.