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City of Plymouth

The City of Plymouth, with its historic buildings and charming atmosphere, gels seamlessly with the large homes on large lots of neighboring Plymouth Township. Downtown Plymouth is not your typical downtown Plymouth. Downtown Plymouth is a gathering place for all ages with its quaint shops, galleries, landmarks, and variety of restaurants. Kellogg Park, featuring its signature fountain and mature trees, is an attraction in itself as the bustling heart of the City and site of many events throughout the year.

Plymouth offers a lively business center but is largely a residential community featuring old homes with plenty of character to modern condominiums to large, estate-style homes on large lots.

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Minutes from Everything

Plymouth is very desirable area for families and is served by the highly acclaimed Plymouth-Canton Community Schools as well as multiple private and public charter schools. Plymouth is conveniently located in proximity to major area freeways with easy access to M-14 and I-275. It is also just minutes away from Canton’s Ford Road which offers three miles of great shopping and dining options.

Plymouth Attractions

Popular Local Events and Festivals

An active and diverse community, Plymouth hosts many crowd-pleasing events and activities, including:

  • Plymouth Ice Festival
  • Fourth of July Parade
  • Plymouth Community Fall Festival
  • Chili Cook-Off
  • Community band concerts and weekly concerts in the park by local talent
  • Farmer’s Market
  • Events for all ages at the Plymouth District Library and Plymouth Historical Museum
  • Art-In-The-Park
  • Multiple 5K and/or 10K running events
  • Plymouth Whalers OHL hockey games at Compuware Arena
  • A variety of outdoor activities at Plymouth Township Park
  • Numerous gorgeous golf courses

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Beacon Meadows Neighborhood Sign in Plymouth, MI
$402,000 – $570,000
2,2366,143 sqft
Country Acres Clubhouse in Plymouth, MI
$399,000 – $700,000
3,3004,576 sqft
Country Club Village Of Plymouth Neighborhood Sign
$225,000 – $325,000
2,0222,651 sqft
Deer Creek Neighborhood Sign
$325,000 – $460,000
2,5224,277 sqft
Fox Pointe Neighborhood Entrance Sign
$444,000 – $502,000
3,3504,437 sqft
Heather Hills Neighborhood in Plymouth, MI
$320,000 – $499,000
2,5004,033 sqft
Hunters Creek Neighborhood Entrance Sign in Plymouth
$325,000 – $495,000
3,1804,983 sqft
Huntington Park Subdivision in Plymouth, MI
$305,000 – $475,000
2,0004,760 sqft
Pine Ridge Subdivision in Plymouth, MI
$550,000 – $595,000
3,6004,465 sqft
Plymouth Commons Subdivision Entrance Sign
$330,000 – $680,000
3,0174,972 sqft
Rolling Oaks Subdivision in Plymouth, MI
$298,000 – $525,000
2,4814,000 sqft
Woodlore North Subdivision of Plymouth, MI
$388,000 – $415,000
2,1844,000 sqft
Woodlore South Subdivision in Plymouth, MI
$422,000 – $605,000
2,7504,100 sqft