Plymouth Michigan Information 



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Plymouth, Michigan offers residents a uniting mix of vibrant community activities, treasured culture, and national history that anyone can enjoy. The City of Plymouth and the Plymouth Township are well known for their beautiful American real estate, including Colonial, Ranch, Farmhouse, Split-Level, Tudor, and Cap Cod styled homes. Most would argue that Plymouth, Michigan is defined by its timeless community environment, including its historical movie-set like streets, its unique community events and its Old Village shopping and dining benefits.

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Although Plymouth, Michigan was first settled in 1825 with the burgeoning of the United States, the Plymouth Railroad was constructed in 1871, and the steam locomotive, the Grand Excursion, helped to far surpass the amount of goods and services that came through the Plymouth Plank Road. Even so, Plymouth acquired its cityhood by 1932, and Karl Hillmer Starkweather, a grandson of a recognized founder of Plymouth, eventually became an employee of the famous Ford Motor Company. Today, the area known as the Plymouth Township has been hailed by CNN Money Magazine as one of the best places to live within the US. Residents of the Plymouth-Canton area enjoy visiting intriguing historical places of interest such as the Plymouth Historical Museum and the Canton Classic Car Museum.

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The Plymouth Township Park is one of the most well known recreational areas within the City of Plymouth. It features a state-of-the-art Sprayscrape that includes more than 2,500 square feet of kids' water sprayers. Plymouth residents also enjoy the Lake Point Soccer Park and the Hilltop Golf Course. The city also offers walking paths that include short, medium, and long distance pathways. The Plymouth Township Parks and Recreation Department also offers youth baseball diamonds, community sculpture classes, fishing opportunities, picnic shelters, and swings and open spaces.

Activities and Attractions
From the Dunning Memorial Building to the Kensler Home in Greensfield Village, locals and visitors of Plymouth can learn a lot about the founding history of the United States. The area is known for its significant industry and store startups as well, including the making of the Plymouth Champion and Plymouth Mail cigars, the soap making at the Ashery Plant and the grist mill that served the Detroit River Rouge Plant. However, other major Plymouth attractions include Michigan Phillharmonic, the Friendship Station Senior Center and the famous Inn at St. John's.

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Event staples in Plymouth, Michigan range from food-centered events to gatherings for music enthusiasts. From the Downtown Plymouth Art in the Park to the local Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce Farmer's Market, Plymouth offers something special for all visitors and locals. Residents share special events such as the summer Music in the Air series and the Kellogg Park Concerts. Other special events of interest within the Plymouth area includes the Plymouth Ice Festival, Concours d' Elegance and the Pumpkin Palooza. Locals also enjoy the Good Morning USA Parade, the Great Lakes Chili Cookoff and the Downtown Sidewalk Sales. Plymouth would not be Plymouth without events such as the Plymouth Fall Festival, the Wicked Halloween Run or the Downtown Restaurant Crawl.


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Lee Wilbanks
Lee Wilbanks
3rd Generation Realtor
19233 Newburgh Rd Livonia MI 48152