Plymouth, MI Market Stats
Live in the Village of Homes
At just over 2 square miles, Plymouth is packed with plenty of character, charm, and culture. The town’s hub is Kellogg Park, packed with things to do throughout the year. Beyond the park are downtown shops and restaurants, within easy walking distance of the highly sought-after homes. This close-knit township was named one of the best places to live by CNN Money Magazine and offers big fun, festivals, and opportunities.
With a town motto of “the village of homes,” and so many activities to look forward to, this suburb outside of Detroit has tons of houses you’ll want to call home.
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Live, Work, and Play in Downtown Plymouth
For such a small area, there’s never a shortage of things to do! Throughout the year, you’ll find residents and visitors gathering at Kellogg Park for dozens of festivals and special events. Relax in one of the many coffee shops or have a fantastic meal at some of the best restaurants in Michigan. Take in a show after dinner at the symphony or theatre. Browse exhibits at the museums and galleries, or shop farm fresh goods at the farmers’ market. The days are so full of possibilities in Plymouth.
Find Endless Opportunities
With the highest household income in Wayne County, Plymouth is an ideal location for professionals. Plymouth offers robust opportunities for economic growth in the town itself, and is centrally located to commute to nearby areas as well. Employers include a mix of manufacturing and advanced technology, combining the traditional bedrock industries of Michigan with the growth opportunities of the future. If something can be engineered and made, there’s a great chance it’s being done in Plymouth.
Attend Public Schools
Plymouth-Canton Community Schools operates 8 campuses within Plymouth itself. The district serves around 10,000 students, with plenty of specialized attention, small class sizes, and excellent outcomes. Offering a robust athletics program, students are able to participate in sports, including ice hockey and figure skating. Academic pursuits include the debate team and lightning robotics. The district is proud to collaborate with the town of Plymouth on their shared commitment to ensuring growth and prosperity for future generations.
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Our Favorite Local Picks
For more than 75 years, the Michigan Philharmonic has brought live professional symphonic music to the ears of concert-goers. Based in Plymouth, residents have unique access to this treasure, with programming that emphasizes innovative classical music.
Plymouth Orchards And Cider Mill
Fall is absolutely picturesque in Michigan, and it isn’t complete without a cup of apple cider and a donut! Enjoy yours during a wagon ride, listening to live music, at this working organic orchard and farm.
Plymouth Ice Festival
The weather may be frightful, but the ice is so delightful! Enjoy the splendor of ice sculpture each year in Plymouth. The town lines sidewalks with ice carvings to bring beauty and light to winter.
Art in the Park
You’ll know it’s summer when you arrive in Plymouth for this signature event, named a “Gems of the Great Lakes.” More than 400 artists arrive from across the country for the second-largest art fair in the state.
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