Port Republic is best known for its stamp on Civil War history, which includes the Battle of Port Republic. A museum resides in this small town -- which really isn't a town -- that is filled with anecdotes from and about the past. Port Republic is located on Port Republic Road (of course) about 10 minutes east of Harrisonburg, and just north of Grottoes. This is not an incorporated town, but more like a holler, with a friendly atmosphere and charming appearance, nestled amongst the banks of the Shenandoah River.
Real estate in Port Republic ranges from stately mansions -- sometimes very old mansions that have been renovated -- to very quaint, charming farm houses.
Bogota, One Of The Valley’s Most Noted Properties, Incl' A Magnificent, C. 1845, Comprehensively Renovated, Brick Manor W/ 6 (of 9) Working Fireplaces & 10-11 Ft Ceilings, Restored Bank Barn & Stables, Slave Quarters, Smoke Hse/garage & Guest Hse,...
7384 Latimer Rd, PORT REPUBLIC, Virginia - $825,000
"the Dell" An Important And Historic Valley Homestead Dating To 1794. The Stunning Home Offers 6 Bedrooms And 3 Full Baths, Along With 5 Fireplaces And Over 3,700 Square Feet. A Truly Grand Estate That Retains Its Original Wood Work And Flooring,...
10041 Port Republic Rd, PORT REPUBLIC, Virginia - $318,000