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Ryan Homes’ new homes in Cumberland County, PA, are tucked away in a historic area near Lancaster, Harrisburg and Gettysburg. Vacationers find that there is a lot to do in this interesting and beautiful location, and residents of the county are fortunate to enjoy nearby attractions all year long. Performing arts, galleries, wineries and historic sites are all within easy reach, and people who love the outdoors will find numerous opportunities for recreation. And of course, history buffs will discover numerous well-known Civil War sites throughout the area.
Stunning Views and Spacious Homes
Residents of our homes for sale in Cumberland County, PA, will enjoy breathtaking views of the natural environment along with the space and amenities that make single-family-home living so attractive. Cumberland County’s new construction by Ryan Homes offers ranch and two-story open floor plans with up to six bedrooms and four baths, along with desirable amenities for today’s lifestyles. Impressive features like full basements, airy kitchens, formal living rooms and dining rooms and two-car garages add to the convenience of single-family home living. Homeowners have the opportunity to enhance their residences with amenities like dramatic tray ceilings and soaking tubs in the owner’s suite and sunny morning rooms.
New Homes in Cumberland County With Easy Commutes
Ryan Homes’ new homes in Cumberland County, PA, are conveniently located close to I-81 and Route 74 for a fast and easy commute. Shopping, dining and recreation are nearby. A 60,000-square-foot farmer’s market and collection of upscale boutiques is within easy reach, offering a huge selection of apparel, restaurants, food and crafts made locally in the Cumberland Valley. Families will enjoy the go-kart tracks, miniature golf, laser tag, rock climbing wall and roller skating rink at Carlisle Sports Emporium. Parks, wildlife areas and golf are also available. Area historic sites include the Carlisle Barracks, named on the National Historic Register, and the Old Courthouse, shelled by the Confederates in 1863.