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Plymouth Real Estate

 

 

Plymouth, Michigan
Plymouth Township, Michigan
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 Plymouth is a town that is close to M-14, I-96, & I-275.  Located in the western suburbs of Detroit this makes it easy to get to downtown Detroit, the airport, and Ann Arbor.  It is about 20 minutes from either Ann Arbor or Detroit, right dead center between them.  

      

Plymouth has a quaint downtown with a central park, lots of restaurants, and neat shops.  It has plenty of old time town atmosphere.  Downtown Plymouth has about every type of restaurant that you could want (from bar burgers to Irish pub, to higher end Italian or steak places.  So if you live in Plymouth MI you don't have far to go to eat out).

What is nice is that they do several festivals a year in the downtown area that help the area thrive.  The Plymouth Ice Festival in January, the Plymouth Arts & craft show in July, The Fall Festival in September.  They also have a Chili cookoff in the park.  These festivals draw people from everywhere and makes Plymouth Michigan a great place to live.

Downtown Plymouth also has an Old Village or "lower town" area.
They have a very nice Historical museum that is constantly changing exhibits. 

Plymouth History: Plymouth Mi was first settled in 1825 and became a city in 1932.  The railroad station was built in 1871.  Plymouth is one of the few spots in Michigan where train tracks went north, south, east, and wet.  The city was named for it's historical ties to Plymouth Massachusetts.  Many of the settlers in Plymouth, Michigan came from Plymouth Massachusetts.  Plymouth almost was named "Leroy". 

Plymouth has been a hub of Michigan industry.  There has been a soap factory, cigar making factory, spring water sales, and the most famous "the daisy bb gun".  Plymouth was once the "air rifle capital of the world"  One of the outside walls of the Daisy rifle factory still stands.  

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Plymouth real estate home styles and price ranges:
Plymouth
  and Plymouth Township have homes starting in the low $100,000 range (both ranch and bungalow style houses) to homes in the $600,000 range.  They have many subdivisions of nice brick colonial homes.  The downtown area is a hot spot for people who want to be able to walk downtown and enjoy the feeling of a lively quaint old style downtown centered around Kellogg park.  

Kellogg Park, the hub of the city's business district, reminds many visitors of a New England common. Once called Plymouth Green, its wide expanse of grass, variety of shade trees, and bubbling fountain make it an attractive focal point for the many civic, social and commercial activities that take place in the community.  The homes around the downtown have an average higher per square foot cost.  There are some exclusive gated communities in the area and even some estates that range in the Million dollar plus category.  The  closeness of the expressways, to Detroit, Ann Arbor, and the airport makes it an ideal spot to relocate to Michigan
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Plymouth Parks and Recreation
Plymouth Michigan has 12 parks, a ice arena, 1 volleyball court, 2 soccer fields, 1 basketball court, 3 baseball fields, and over 50 recreation programs.

General Plymouth Information
Plymouth MI has over 9000 residents
 
Video of Downtown Plymouth and Old Village  


Plymouth Township
CNN Money named Plymouth Township as one of the top 100 places to live.  It placed No. 37 on the list.  Plymouth Township has over 28,200 residents and it's area is 15.9 square miles.  Plymouth Township surrounds the city of Plymouth.  The township is mostly residential though is does have a commercial corridor along M-14 and I-275.

Plymouth Shopping
Plymouth Michigan does not have a lot of big box store shopping areas.  There are stores all Ann Arbor Road.  Downtown Plymouth has a good selection of art galleries, boutiques, and mom and pop stores.  Downtown Plymouth Michigan is a great place to spend a Sautday or Sunday afternoon browsing through the unique stores and gift shops.  Afterwards you can take a break in the park or sit down for a meal at one of Plymouth's many restaurants.                                 

Plymouth Schools
The school system is Plymouth-Canton Schools.  There are 3 high schools, 5 middle schools, and 16 elementary schools.
  
Plymouth Police & Fire Departments
The crime rate is low.  They have a good police force, full time fire department, and a Department of public works that all work together to make Plymouth MI a place that you want to live.




Here are all sorts of links to help you decide on where to live when searching Michigan homes for sale.  Whether you choose to live in Wayne County, Oakland County, Livingston County, or Washtenaw county they are all close to Metro Detroit and it's suburbs by freeway.  I hope to give you enough information to make a good choice about Plymouth Real estate, Plymouth Township Homes for sale, and Wayne County homes.


Plymouth is a city in Wayne County  Michigan. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 9,022. The city is located within Plymouth Township, but is a different city and politically independent.


Geography


According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of  2.2 mi, most of it is water and 0.45% is water.


Demographics As of the 2000 census, there were 9,022 people, 4,322 households, and 2,277 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,562.1/km² (4,048.6/mi²). There were 4,498 housing units at an average density of 778.8/km² (2,018.4/mi²). 


There were 4,322 households out of which 22.2% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 42.5% were married couples living together, 7.5% had a female householder with no husband present, and 47.3% were non-families. 41.5% of all households were made up of individuals and 13.3% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.04 and the average family size was 2.81.


In the city of Plymouth the population was spread out with 18.7% under the age of 18, 5.8% from 18 to 24, 37.5% from 25 to 44, 21.7% from 45 to 64, and 16.2% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 38 years. For every 100 females there were 88.7 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 85.4 males.


The median income for a household in the City of Plymouth Michigan was $51,535, and the median income for a family was $76,369. Males had a median income of $52,188 versus $37,113 for females. The per capita income for the city was $33,222. 3.3% of the population and 1.9% of families were below the poverty line. 3.8% of those under the age of 18 and 3.6% of those 65 and older were living below the poverty line.
Population (year 2000): 9,022, Est. population in July 2004: 8,877 (-1.6% change)
Males: 4,241 (47.0%), Females: 4,781 (53.0%)


Land area: 2.2 square miles


Plymouth's Zip code is 48170


Median resident age: 37.9 years 


Median house value: $178,700 (year 2000)


Races in Plymouth:

  • White Non-Hispanic (95.5%)
  • Hispanic (1.3%)
  • Two or more races (1.2%)
  • American Indian (1.0%)
  • Black (0.6%)

Ancestries: German (25.8%), Irish (18.9%), English (16.5%), Polish (12.0%), Italian (8.4%), French (5.7%).


 

For population 25 years and over in Plymouth

  • High school or higher: 89.9%
  • Bachelor's degree or higher: 40.7%
  • Graduate or professional degree: 15.6%
  • Unemployed: 2.3%
  • Mean travel time to work: 24.3 minutes

For population 15 years and over in Plymouth city

  • Never married: 25.3%
  • Now married: 51.9%
  • Separated: 0.9%
  • Widowed: 8.1%
  • Divorced: 13.8%

3.8% Foreign born (1.7% Europe, 1.1% Asia, 0.8% North America).


Population change in the 1990s: -532 (-5.6%).

   
    Plymouth / Plymouth Township Library    
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    Plymouth / Plymouth Township Municipal Services    
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    City of Plymouth   
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    Plymouth Township   
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    Plymouth / Plymouth Township Utilities    
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    Detroit Edison
Consumers Power
Ameritech
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    800-477-4747
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The City of Plymouth was built where three Potawatomi Indian trails converged at the Rouge River. The first settlers arrive in 1825, and named the township in honor of the first American settlement at Plymouth Rock where some of them had lived.  Attracted by the land act of 1820, which made property available at $1.25 an acre, the first settlers arrived here in 1824. The first home was built in what is now the city in 1825. The first purchaser, Alanson Aldrich did not settle on his new property, nor did the second purchaser, Abraham Spears. The third person to purchase property within Plymouth Township city limits, was Erastus Hussey. He did settle on his land, however, not until the year 1826. 

The first actual people to settle in Plymouth Township, were Allen and William Tibbets. They had bought 800 acres of land and settled on them, in the latter part of 1824. Other soon joined, but it wasn't until the Spring of 1825, that a sufficient number of settlers formed a real community.  

It was George Starkweather, the first child born to settlers in present Plymouth Township, who later in 1871 recognized the importance of a railroad to a community and decided that the North Village of Plymouth would become the new center of town. He built a new store on the corner of Liberty and Starkweather and opened a road through his property for other new stores to locate. This area is presently known as "Old Village" or "Lowertown."

Plymouth Township was organized in 1827, and the village incorporated in 1867.

From the turn of the century until 1958 Plymouth MI was the air rifle capital of the world.  More bb guns were manufactured here than anywhere else during those years.


I hope these links help you to find the things you need in Plymouth. 
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                                                                                       Russ Ravary




 

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