Plymouth Real Estate

Few communities can claim the historical importance of Plymouth Massachusetts, named after Plymouth England by the people who came to found a new nation. From the arrival of these first European settlers on December 21, 1620, to the present day, Plymouth real estate has always been a welcoming and pleasant place to settle.

Steeped in history, Plymouth is rightfully proud of the historical sites and museums that abound within the community. There is no shortage of things to do, like attending a performance of the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra, enjoying a meal at one of the many first class restaurants, or stretching your legs with a leisurely walk in one of many parks.

The population of Plymouth real estate was estimated to be 490,655 in 2004, which is an increase of 3.8% from the 2000 census. The median household income is approximately $56,000 (national median income is $42,000). In fact, it's been reported that there has been a 29% increase in Plymouth residents' personal income since 1997.

In addition to the many excellent elementary and high schools in Plymouth, there are local colleges including Bridgewater State College and Massasoit Community College. Twenty-six percent of Plymouth residents aged 25 and older have achieved a college degree.

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There are few communities more pleasant or with a richer history than Plymouth. Should you be interested in purchasing a home in historic Plymouth, take the time to review current Plymouth listings here >.

Town of Plymouth
Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce

Plymouth County Real Estate Area Map

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