Plymouth: is located on the Beautiful Coastline of Massachusetts where you will find numerous beaches great for outdoor activities including Plymouth Beach, Whitehorse Beach, Ellisville Harbor, Stephens Field, Nelson Park. If you prefer pond over ocean there are 365 ponds in Plymouth! The population of Plymouth is 62,357 as of January 2019. Plymouth is the largest municipality in Massachusetts with 134 square miles.
Real Estate: With the median home sale price in the last year of $398,000 (MLS PIN) Plymouth is an affordable option for commuters to Boston. Plymouth offers everything from inviting Antique homes with diverse architecture styles in tree-lined neighborhoods, historical preservation, subdivisions, adult communities oceanfront as well as pondfront homes, rural Chiltonville with fields and horses, downtown Plymouth living, New England villages such as Pinehills Community and Redbrook with clubhouses, golf courses, YMCA and walking trails.
Location: Plymouth is approximately a 45 minute drive to Boston, a short trip to Cape Cod with ferry to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket and Newport, Rhode Island is approximately a 60 minute drive or take an hour boat ride to Provincetown from the Plymouth Waterfront. Further south you will find the town of Bourne which offers Scusset Beach and Sagamore Beach as well as the Cape Cod Canal where you can ride your bike, rollerblade or walk.
Plymouth Yacht Club: The Plymouth Yacht Club, established in 1890, is located in Plymouth, Massachusetts, one of the first settlements in America (founded in 1620 the Pilgrims as they arrived aboard the Mayflower). Only a stone’s throw away from Plymouth Rock and well seated in history, the club carries on the yachting heritage that New England has become famous for.
Plymouth’s Brewers Marine: Safe Harbor's Plymouth Marine offers the only true full-service marina and full-service yard on Cape Cod Bay. Their highly skilled service teams have specialties in engine, mechanical and systems repairs, fiberglass work, Awlgrip refinishing and rigging.
Hiking: is readily available in Plymouth, to name a few: Center Hill Preserve Trail, Myles Standish State Forest, North Plymouth Rail Trail, Plymouth Harbor Breakwater, Beaver Dam Conservation Area, Halfway Pond Trail, Ellisville Harbor Trail, Plymouth Harbor Trail, Pilgrim Trail.
Golf: Plymouth and the surrounding area offers numerous public golf courses.
History: Plymouth is known as America’s Hometown where the Pilgrims landed in 1620. At the Pilgrim State Park you will find the Mayflower II docked on the waterfront as well as Plymouth Rock. Plymouth features Plimoth Plantation, a living history museum, the Pilgrim Hall Museum, the Jabez Howland House, 1809 Hedge House Museum, 1677 Harlow Old Fort House, Mayflower Society House, 1749 Court House and Museum, 1749 Spooner House, The Richard Sparrow House, The Plimoth Grist Mill and the Forefathers Monument.
Center for The Arts: Plymouth Center for the Arts had it beginnings some 50 years ago as the Plymouth Outdoor Art Show (a.k.a. the Tent Show) on the waterfront in Brewster Gardens. This annual art show quickly became a tremendous success attracting artists and visitors from all over the region, with 20 years on the waterfront and then moving to several different locations until 2008 when the organization opened Plymouth Center for the Arts on North Street in the historic Russell Library. Plymouth Center for the Arts offer a wide variety classes and workshops geared towards both young and adult students. Located just steps from Plymouth Rock and Plymouth’s waterfront on historic North St., the beautifully restored 1902 Russell Library gallery and the 18th century Lindens building possess uncommonly elegant gallery spaces and diverse work created by regional artists.
Vibrant Downtown and Waterfront: with many locally owned restaurants, pubs, breweries and shops to choose from it won’t disappoint.
Numerous shopping villages: Located along the perimeter of downtown Plymouth you will find shopping centers and chain stores such as Colony Place and Shops at 5.
School Ratings: Plymouth School ratings are currently above average.
Four seasons: Being from Plymouth, Massachusetts and being able to experience warmer and colder weather changes throughout the year is one of the best feelings. Without a doubt Summer is beautiful and moving through Spring to Summer is the kind of anticipation you live for. Nothing can compare to the crisp air that comes through right when the leaves start falling in autumn. Halloween and Thanksgiving is much better when you're in a colder climate. As for the holidays in December, I love the way you can smell the snow in the air right before it starts coming down, especially when you're out shopping for holiday gifts. The colder weather in winter makes the holidays what they are meant to be. The seasons are what make the holidays throughout the year what they are. The four seasons make all 365 days different, and it makes each one special.
Food: Plymouth offers everything from authentic Italian, French Cuisine, Korean and of course the Freshest Seafood! Watch the lobstermen bring their catch in down on the waterfront.
Fresh Seafood: One word comes to mind -Yummy!
Family Fun and Adventure: Drop Zone, Forges Field, Manomet Youth Center, Nelson Memorial Playground & Splashpad, Stephen’s Field, Armstrong Skating Rink, Whale Watches on Captain John boats
Entertainment: Many restaurants and bars offer nightly entertainment plus you can take in concerts on the Waterfront throughout the summer and year round at Memorial Hall and the Spire Center in downtown Plymouth.
“PLYMOUTH IS TIMELESS AND HEARTWARMING
WITHOUT BECOMING BORING”
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