Plymouth: A Thriving Michigan City
The City of Plymouth, with its historic buildings and charming small-town atmosphere, gels seamlessly with the large homes situated on sprawling lots in Plymouth Township. Downtown Plymouth is not your typical downtown area. It is a gathering place for all ages, filled with quaint shops, unique galleries, historic landmarks, and a plethora of restaurants and local eateries. Kellogg Park, featuring a signature fountain and mature trees, is the bustling heart of the City and site of many exciting community events and celebrations throughout the year.
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Modern Attractions Meet Rich History in Plymouth
Convenient to Shopping, Fine Dining & Schools
With a lively business center and a lush residential community featuring old homes with plenty of character, Plymouth is the perfect mix of country and city. Homes in Plymouth range from modern condominiums to large, estate-style homes on gorgeously-maintained and expansive lots. The city and township are served by the highly-acclaimed Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, and students have additional access to multiple private and public charter schools. With a convenient location minutes to major area freeways such as M-14 and I-275, Plymouth is just minutes from Canton’s Ford Road, which offers three miles of great shopping and dining options.
Rich History Lingers in the Present
Plymouth was settled in 1825, incorporated as a village in 1867, and became a city in 1932. It was founded by William Starkweather and his wife Keziah when they brought their firstborn son, Albert, to the area and built their first home, which located at what is now the corner of Main Street and Ann Arbor Trail. Years later in 1867, William's son, George Starkweather, convinced the Detroit and Howell Railroad Company to build in Plymouth. The newly added railroad and manufacturing companies, like Daisy Outdoor Products, helped give rise to the bustling and thriving culture of present-day Plymouth.
Diverse Crowd-Pleasing Events & Activities
With attractions and facilities such as the Inn at St. Johns, an NHL-sized ice arena, twelve parks, and events like the Ice Sculpture Spectacular and Art in the Park, it's no wonder that families and individuals alike are vying to become Plymouth's newest residents. As an active and diverse community, Plymouth hosts many crowd-pleasing events and activities, including:
- Plymouth Community Fall Festival
- Multiple 5K and/or 10K running events
- Plymouth Whalers OHL hockey games at Compuware Arena
- Chili Cook-Off
- Community band concerts and weekly concerts in Kellogg Park
- Farmer’s Markets
- Fourth of July Parade
- A variety of outdoor activities at PlymouthTownshipPark
- Numerous gorgeous golf courses
- Events for all ages at the Plymouth District Library and Plymouth Historical Museum
Plymouth Real Estate
Enough bragging; come join us in Plymouth! We're so convinced that you're interested in becoming the newest resident of Plymouth, we've even got a mortgage calculator ready for you. Wait... We are getting ahead of ourselves. First you'll need to pick out your dream home and contact one of our certified REALTORS® to schedule a tour.
Selling Your Plymouth Home?
Life is full of changes. Maybe you've won the Lotto and are moving to the Caribbean. Or you've got the dream job that's taking you away from the splendor that is Plymouth. Whatever your reason for listing your home, we're here to help. List your home with the Kelly Knight Team, we'll even help you determine the true value of your property.