Real estate: We have been listing and selling real estate in the Berryville AR area for more than 45 years. We know the area and we know the properties. We know how to price your home or other real estate and we know what you should be paying to purchase a home or other property. Let our experienced professional Realtors show you why you should choose our company to handle all of your real estate needs in this area.
Auctions: Montgomery Whiteley Realty, has been offering alternative avenues of bringing buyers and sellers together via auctions for more than 45 years. In 2008 more options became available by adding internet auctions as an avenue to move some properties more quickly and efficiently. Clients now have a choice. Property can be sold by the traditional listing method, sold by live auction or sold by internet auction.
Located on Southwest side of Green Forest City Limits
2,600 SF unfinished residence; 2,080 SF shop; Lot building materials included. Put your own finishing touches to it!
Our Professional Realtor’s are here to serve all your real estate needs. We can show you a wide selection of homes, farms, land, commercial properties and other real estate in the Berryville, Eureka Springs, Green Forest areas and throughout Carroll County and surrounding counties in the picturesque Ozark Mountains of northwest Arkansas.
Located close to Eureka Springs, the Great Passion Play, Beaver Lake and Table Rock Lakes, as well as the Branson attractions there is always plenty to see and do. Situated at the crossroads of U.S. Hwy. 62 and State Hwy.'s 21 and 221 makes it easy to access the many recreational opportunities or visit other communities.
Berryville is nestled in the heart of the Ozarks and is the county seat of Carroll County which is rich in history and heritage. Settlers were here as early as the 1820's, and many of their descendants remain today. Of course, the Cherokee and Osage Indians were here long before that. Carroll County was named in honor of Charles Carroll, a wealthy American Patriot, and one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. He died November 14, 1832, the last of the historic signers.