About Amory Realty
Welcome to AmoryRealty.com, the online home to one of Amory’s oldest real estate agencies, with over 30 years of real estate experience. We believe that excellent service and a reputation for honesty, integrity and reliability are just important as helping you find the home of your dreams and effectively marketing your current home.
Our website provides seamless access to 1000’s of properties for sale in Northeast Mississippi, including Amory, Aberdeen, Hatley, Smithville and Monroe County. We offer informationon on Amory foreclosures, Amory waterway properties, Amory and Monroe county schools, community activities and much more.
Our goal is to provide you with superior service at all times and give you all the information you need to make a wise decision.
316 North Main Street
Amory, MS 38821
Monday – Friday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
History of Amory, MS
When the KCM&B Railroad laid out plans for their new Birmingham-to-Memphis line in 1887, they drew an “x” at the mid-point and created Amory . . . truly a PLANNED community that has been the proud owner of a railroad heritage ever since! The KCM&B (later Frisco, then Burlington Northern and now Burlington Northern Santa Fe) platted a system of wide streets and avenues . . . and orderly arrangements of business and residential areas.
Now, Amory boasts of TWO railroads, plus quick, easy access to the Monroe County Airport and its 5,000 ft. lighted runway, which accomodates private planes and corporate jets, just eight miles away. The nearest commercial airport is only 28 miles away. U. S. Highway 278 runs east and west through Amory with Mississippi Highway 25 running north and south.
Amory is a great place to live, work and worship. Its educational and medical facilities are second to none . . . churches abound . . . industry loves the Amory area, whose people have a great work ethic. Port facilities are available with an industrial park located adjacent to the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. Industries in the Amory area include aluminum and steel tubing, industrial valves, truck body manufacturing, timber, furniture, fertilizer, and boats.
The waterway provides boaters, water skiers and fishermen a great place to enjoy their pastimes. There are numerous public access areas with boat ramps. Bass, crappie, bream and catfish . . . in abundance . . . populate the Tenn-Tom.
The Amory Municipal Library is a city owned, tax supported facility and an affiliate of the Tombigbee Regional Library. Some 25,000 volumes, including books, videos, books on tape, record albums, magazines and newspapers, are housed at the library.
Amory is home to a mammoth, ultra-modern county governmental building which houses justice court, various county offices and the Monroe County Chamber of Commerce.