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            South Peak by Ryan Homes in Harrisonburg Virginia
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            South Peak

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            165 South Peak Drive
            Mc Gaheysville, VA 22840

            Ryan Homes

            from $259,990 - $294,990

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            New Home Cities in Harrisonburg

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            Mc Gaheysville1$277,490

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            Following its downtown revitalization, the city of Harrisonburg has grown into a cultural capital of Virginia with the likes of Larkin Arts, a community center offering educational opportunities in the fine arts. Other great community projects are focused on culture and history including the Arts Council of the Valley, OASIS Fine Art and Craft, Valley Turnpike Museum as well as The Virginia Quilt Museum. Moreover, there are also various art-facilitated businesses and programs all aimed at making Harrisonburg an economic power house in the employment sector.


            Though revitalized this place still has some great historic centers that can help you get to know the city better. Check out the Thomas Harrison House, Old Town Historic District, the Anthony Hockman House, Turner Ashby Monument, Whitesel Brothers and Harrisonburg Downtown Historic District. Another interesting attraction that one can enjoy is the Edith J. Carrier Arboretum and Botanical Gardens.

            This independent city is not short of entertaining events like the Rocktown Beer and Musical Festival which takes place twice a year. There is also the Valley Fourth, Harrisonburg International Festival as well as a road cycling event known as the Alpine Loop Gran Fondo.

            The humid subtropical climate in Harrisonburg does is favorable for outdoor recreation like basketball, baseball and even football. There are also numerous parks and fields like Ralph Sampson Park, the Quad, Kiwanis Park and A Dream Come True Playground that helps residents to make the most of life outside the home.

            Located in the heart of the serene Shenandoah Valley, this area also offers some great dining experience with both local and international cuisines in places like the Little Grill Collective, Beyond Restaurant and Lounge and Kyoto Japanese Steakhouse.

            Harrisonburg offers the perfect blend of fun and vibrancy. It’s both serene and calm and offers great new housing options.