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Welcome to Plymouth, Michigan

Reminiscent of a small New England Village, Plymouth, Michigan is one of the oldest communities in Michigan. The population of around over 8,000 lives in an affluent and active community. Downtown is built around Kellogg Park. The clock tower next to the park is a highly recognized town symbol. In nice weather, the park abounds with people walking their dogs or dining at one of the many locally owned restaurants built around the park.

But in January, bundle up and adopt a faster pace as you walk among the exquisite ice sculptures. Some are sponsored by companies or schools. Many of the sculptures take your breath away (if the cold hasn’t already done so.) Some, like the sculpture incorporating all the Scooby Doo characters along with the big dog himself make you point and say, “Look at that!” Many of the dining spots and shops have sculptures outside their business; for example, a mortar and pestle outside the drug store. And Michigan always seems provide plenty of cold weather for this event.

And if it’s too darn cold, duck into one of Plymouth's many charming shops that offer special and unique gifts. Or if it’s just coffee you crave, choose the Plymouth Coffee Bean Company, Starbucks, or Panera. The choices are endless. Locally owned restaurants such as Compari’s, the Box Bar, Fiamma Grill, and more are situated right around the park; as is the 336 Main Martini Bar. There is also a special shop for items made in Michigan.

Many other restaurants, ethnic and American, and pubs are close to downtown Plymouth; too many to mention. For a very special treat, have tea at Sweet Afton’s Tea Shop and enjoy scones with cream and other delicacies. Go to www.doplymouth.com for a complete listing of eateries, stores, and more!

The Plymouth-Canton school district is also a big draw. A progressive and highly ranked district, its campus is well-equipped and beautiful!

Many of Plymouth, Michigan's inhabitants live in charming homes within walking distance of Kellogg Park. But even those not lucky enough to live a walk or bike ride away can choose from many tree lined subdivisions. Real estate in Plymouth has always been strong, as this is a very popular place to live. Homes range from older styles in the heart of town to newer models in the township area. Plymouth, Michigan is located in Wayne County and is an active and livable community with much to offer all ages.

And frankly, if the cold is not your thing, stick around for Plymouth’s summer Art Fair. It’s worth the wait!

Plymouth Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 8 homes for sale in Plymouth, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
75% Single Family and 25% Other.

75% Single Family
25% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 8
Average Home Size 1,268 ft² / 118 m²
Price Range ($62,000 - $429,900)

Weather in Plymouth

The average high temperatures in Plymouth range from 31 in January to 84 in July

Average home income in Plymouth

The average household income of a Plymouth resident is $108,561 with an average home value of $258,718

Population of Plymouth

Plymouth has 40,079 residents.

Home ownership in Plymouth

The average level of home ownership in Plymouth is 77%.

Education breakdown of Plymouth

Education levels of residents of Plymouth include: highschool 15%, associate 7%, bachelor 31%, graduate 23%.

Households in Plymouth

Plymouth has 16,860 homes, built on average 46 years ago.

Information from in and around Plymouth...

You are Viewing 1 to 8 of 8 homes for sale in Plymouth. These homes are comprised of Single Family and Other. The average list price of these property results is 250,812. Prices are listed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Plymouth please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 8 homes for sale in Plymouth, MI are represented by 1 member brokerages serving the Plymouth area. Member brokerages representing the 8 homes include Real Estate One, Inc..