Plymouth, MI Real Estate Market
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First settled in 1825 and officially recognized as a city in 1932, Plymouth is one of Wayne County’s 34 cities. It features a variety of attractions, festivals and events.
Kellogg Park, the de facto town center of Plymouth, is surrounded by plentiful shops, restaurants, and businesses. Running beside it and through much of Plymouth, Main Street is home to additional shopping, as well as the Barefoot Productions Theater Company.
Plymouth provides recreational programs suitable for all ages, and it stages a nearly endless series of cultural events throughout the year. The Plymouth Ice Festival, held every January, is the largest ice carving festival in North America, and Art In The Park is the state’s second largest art festival, playing host to nearly 300,000 attendees every year. A Green Street Fair each May holds environmentally-themed exhibitions and activities, and in early September, the annual Fall Festival features food, entertainment, carnival rides, and car and craft shows. Free public concerts are held in Kellogg Park every Friday throughout the summer, as part of the Music in the Air concert series.
Other places of interest in Plymouth include the Plymouth Historical Museum, the Historic Old Village Train Depot, and the Plymouth Coffee Bean Co., which is the longest-running independent coffee shop in the state and was even voted “Detroit's Best Coffee House.”
The Plymouth-Canton Community School District provides Plymouth with fourteen elementary schools, five middle schools, and the three high schools of the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park (P-CEP), which rests on a 305-acre campus.