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We are excited to announce Oxford Mississippi's newest development! Fieldstone Farms is ideally located less than 2 miles from campus & 2.7 miles from the Square. Located in the heart of Oxford, MS, with easy access to campus, the Square, and everything Oxford has to offer, the location of Fieldstone is hard to beat. Though you are in the middle of town Fieldstone Farms offers something no one else can, it is the only conservation development in the Mid South! Nestled in 101.60 acres, Fieldstone Farms offers mature hardwoods, nature, privacy, lakes, and walking trails. “The Barn” at Fieldstone Farms will be a clubhouse for residents and will include access to the gunite saltwater infinity pool overlooking the lake. If you are looking for a sense of community and a place to enjoy all of the great amenities, then this is the development for you!

The Barn at Fieldstone Farms in Oxford, MS Fieldstone Farms will feature three different housing options to suit the needs of many. The three distinct areas work in unison to bring about a diverse range of residential products. The first subset of the neighborhood, The Cottages, will be smaller single family detached homes with traditional southern porches and a vernacular architecture that addresses the street. In the center of the neighborhood is The Village, featuring several clusters of town homes and parking areas, surrounded by groves of preserved trees and back patio views. The last area, The Preserve, boasts larger bungalow style homes with backyards immersed in large wooded areas. The different areas located in Fieldstone Farms function cohesively between each other to create a distinct ‘sense of place’ with a warm, overall neighborhood feel.

Fieldstone is designed to meet the needs of a broad spectrum of buyers, providing three distinctive residential options - all designed to deliver quality features that will complement the overall esthetics of this unique development. There are many possibilities available for your consideration in the Oxford area if you only want a place to live, but there is only one place that can offer a comprehensive living environment that will be much more than just a place to live.

Fieldstone Farms is designed to implement many standards found in the traditional design of a conservation neighborhood. Throughout the planning process, two main design principles were focused on in an attempt build a neighborhood with a unique “sense of place,” while preserving as much of the existing wooded areas as possible.

design principle focuses on the residential products available to the community. Lot sizes and architectural character are key components of the final residential product. Fieldstone Farms provides an array of housing types to cover a diverse range of residential markets. Individuals at many different stages in their lives are able to find the perfect home at Fieldstone Farms. This community is very unique because it offers all the natural amenities only found in a Conservation Neighborhood while being located just 2.5 miles from the Oxford Square.

Three distinct areas work in unison to bring about a diverse range of residential products. The first subsect of the neighborhood, The Cottages, offers a smaller, singlefamily detached home with traditional southern porches and a vernacular architecture that addresses the street. In the center of the neighborhood is The Village, several clusters of townhomes and parking areas, surrounded by groves of preserved trees with back patio views into the existing natural spaces and the central lake. The last area, The Preserve, boasts a larger bungalow style product with backyards immersed in large wooded areas in close proximity to the Ole Miss Golf Course. The different areas located in Fieldstone Farms function cohesively between each other to create a distinct ‘sense of place’ with a warm, overall neighborhood feel.

When designing the community, attention was paid to the placement of these three housing types in areas that already exhibited suitable terrain for construction, thus limiting the impact of the building footprint on the natural environment that Fieldstone Farms is meant to preserve. Consideration was also given in regards to circulation and the placement of common open space throughout the development to ensure people are provided the opportunity to explore and enjoy the natural and built amenities that Fieldstone Farms provides. All residents will have direct access to the two neighborhood lakes and a golf cart easement that provides access to the adjacent Ole Miss Golf Course.

design principle considers the overall design of circulation patterns with regard to pedestrian, vehicular, and alternative modes of transportation. While attention is paid to vehicular traffic and the hierarchy of the road system needed to move that traffic, an equal emphasis is placed upon pedestrian traffic and the pathway system needed for the pedestrian to move freely within Fieldstone Farms. Due to the sites rolling topography, streets meander with the natural features of the property to create visual interest while avoiding existing drainage ways and preserving large areas of mature existing trees.

Narrow roadway corridors pull architectural elements and focal points closer to the streets creating a safer, more inviting environment for pedestrians and vehicles alike. Due to the expanses of natural open space afforded through a Conservation Neighborhood, the pedestrian and vehicular circulation routes are not entirely bound together. Fieldstone Farms offers a unique experience for residents and visitors with a variety of pedestrian pathways that serve to collect and lead people from one neighborhood destination to another in an attempt to provide a more scenic and intimate mode of travel.

While sidewalks line the streets of some areas of the development in order to delineate space, other areas offer primitive trails that combine to create an extensive pedestrian network that creates a sense of connectivity not experienced with vehicular thoroughfares.

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