Plymouth Massachusetts Real Estate

Plymouth Rock in Plymouth, MA.

If you’re planning a move to Massachusetts’ South Shore, you should consider looking at properties in America’s Hometown, Plymouth. You may recognize Plymouth as the site of the Mayflower landing and the colony that first established New England. Today, it’s a bustling town of 56,000 with gorgeous coastal views and relatively easy access to Boston. Due to the area’s desirability, the Plymouth real estate industry is thriving.

With its historical significance, it’s no surprise that tourism is a major economic boon in Plymouth. Visitors flock to Plymouth during the warm summer months and around Thanksgiving, benefitting many small business owners. However, the town also has a significant number of employment opportunities in other industries, including health care, transportation and warehousing, and banking and finance. Thanks to Plymouth’s commuter rail line, it’s also possible for residents to commute to Boston for work.

As a mid-sized town, Plymouth offers plenty of great amenities—including local restaurants, shopping, parks, and nine public beaches-- for its residents. Anyone moving to Plymouth with kids will have access to eight public elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. While the public schools in Plymouth are relatively large, they maintain a 15:1 student to teacher ratio and a 90% high school graduation rate.

Housing costs in Plymouth tend to be slightly lower than the Massachusetts state average. It’s not uncommon to see listings for sprawling, multi-million dollar homes in town, but there are also a lot of reasonably-priced and well-maintained single-family Plymouth homes for sale. 

There are also quite a few Plymouth condos for sale, offering a great alternative for anyone looking for housing with minimal upkeep. Most of the condos in Plymouth are convenient to downtown or Cape Cod and cater to people who want to maintain active lifestyles.

Those who aren’t ready to buy a Plymouth house or condo always have the option to rent Plymouth apartments or townhouses. Plymouth, MA apartments typically have significantly lower rent than apartments in bigger cities, and it’s even possible to find reasonably-priced apartments overlooking the beautiful waterfront.

No matter what kind of Plymouth house, condo, or apartment you’re looking for, the best way to find the right fit is to work with an experienced realtor. Check out current Plymouth, MA homes for sale, peruse our additional resources below, and contact a CENTURY 21 realtor to learn more.

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