When you visit Plymouth Mi, the first thing you'll notice is its warm friendly small town feel and upscale demographic. But don't let that fool you. As the residents will tell you, "Plymouth Rocks!" You'll see for yourself when you check out Plymouth, MI homes for sale.
The City of Plymouth, Michigan and Plymouth Township are centrally located in Detroit's western suburbs. They're 25 miles east of Ann Arbor and 15 minutes from the Detroit Metropolitan Airport. Together the two communities offer a small town fusion of everything you need for a fun and exciting lifestyle.
Our REALTORS® live, work, and play in the Plymouth area. We love this charming community and its family-friendly atmosphere. We wanted to share five reasons why we think "Plymouth Rocks!"
1. Plymouth Neighborhoods
Plymouth neighborhoods feature homes with architectural designs that match your sense of style. The lots and surrounding areas are wooded or beautifully landscaped. Each neighborhood offers a unique experience and a variety of amenities. Here are just a few.
- Downtown Plymouth is a walkable neighborhood that will draw you in with its mix of shops, restaurants, vintage architecture and events in Kellogg Park.
- Hough Park presents Colonial and Cape Cod homes in a parklike setting.
- Beacon Meadows has large custom homes with 4 and 5 bedrooms and large open floor plans.
- Heather Hills is a subdivision of beautiful homes with wooded lots.
- Country Club Village & Condos offers detached ranch and cape cod homes.
2. Downtown Shopping
Kellogg Park is an integral part of the unique Downtown Plymouth experience. When you shop Downtown, you'll understand why locals decided it's "not just a walk in the park." You'll rediscover shopping excitement in trendy shops and specialty boutiques like these.
- Alpine Chocolat Haus started as a small confectionary shop in Gaylord, Michigan and now has four stores across the state. Using the finest ingredients--butter never ever margarine--each piece is created to be the most amazing, gotta-have-'em-now chocolates ever.
- Amy Ross Photography does "classic images" with a "modern twist."
- Britt's Bow Wow Boutique and Spa have products and experiences your best friend will adore.
3. Downtown Dining
Whatever your taste in dining, Plymouth has a restaurant for that. Here are a few of the local foodie favorites.
- Barrio Cocina Y Tequileria serves up Mexican street food, cocktails, and craft beer from Michigan and Mexico.
- Compari's on The Park is a family owned and operated restaurant serving Italian specialties from recipes passed down through the generations.
- Greek Islands Eatery creates a menu of homemade Greek specialties and American dishes.
4. Entertainment and Special Events
Plymouth charms and entertains residents and visitors with a year-long schedule of concerts, plays, and special events. You'll find lots of activities to keep you busy during the winter months and beyond.
- Penn Theatre
Since December 4, 1941, Penn Theatre has provided entertainment in the heart of Downtown Plymouth. Over the years, the 402 seat theater has changed owners, closed, reopened, and undergone renovations. Since its 2006 reopening, the Penn has presented second run movies, movie classics, and live entertainment.
- Tipping Point Theatre
If you're in the mood for a play, the Tipping Point Theatre is 10 minutes away in Northville. The theatre presents education, adult classes and a full season of plays. "Every Brilliant Thing" is scheduled now through February 25, 2018.
5. Plymouth Events Calendars
If you're considering a move to Plymouth, our real estate professionals can help. Contact us if you're buying or selling a home or if you want to know more reasons why we believe "Plymouth Rocks!"