Harrisonburg's ReStore - run by the Central Valley Habitat for Humanity - opened earlier this year off of Route 11 in Dukes Plaza. Every donation and purchase at ReStore helps to send money back to Central Valley Habitat for Humanity to build new homes. Check out the nine neat items you can find at ReStore!
Although sales dropped slightly as compared to last September, we saw a 1% increase as compared to last YTD and previous 12 months. We saw a slight drop across the board for properties going under contract. The median sales price for the area is $291,900, up 10% from last year. View more of the market report >>>
Easily accessible on Route 42 in Dayton, this sweet cafe and coffee shop brings "the Harvest of the Valley to the Table" and celebrated their grand opening on October 1st. Their menu features hearty breakfast and lunch selections, coffee, and pastries and baked goods.
We have new downtown neighbors! We're excited to share a wall with Harrisonburg's recently opened downtown diner: the Texas Inn! There's everything you'd expect an old fashioned diner to offer: red bar stools, friendly and knowledgeable staff, all day breakfast and lunch (and we mean all day - they're open until midnight during the week and 2am on the weekend), reasonable prices (many of their menu items start with $3, $4, and $5), and an unbeatable location. They even have the convenience of a walk-up window for to-go orders! Learn more about this new corner diner!
Although we saw a drop in new listings this August as compared to last August, the YTD and past 12 month's listing count have increased slightly. The median sales price for the area is $289,900, up 9% from last year. View more of the market report >>>