Plymouth Real Estate

Description of the image

Nationally recognized for its quality of life, Plymouth is located just 12 miles northwest of Minneapolis. It offers:

Extensive trails and parks
Picturesque open spaces
Strong neighborhoods
Diverse recreation programs
Highly regarded school districts
A variety of local businesses
Nearby shopping and entertainment districts
Easy access to downtown Minneapolis and its wide array of cultural and sports venues.


Natural Amenities
Plymouth residents also enjoy beautiful natural amenities, including more than a half a dozen sizable water bodies. Medicine Lake, the second largest lake in Hennepin County, is located in Plymouth. It is a magnet for anglers and boaters.
Plymouth voters have gone to the polls twice to authorize the City of Plymouth to issue bonds to buy open space for preservation and parks.
Employment
In addition to being a popular place to live, Plymouth is also the choice for many businesses. The city is home to a thriving commercial-industrial base, consisting of more than 53,000 jobs.
Demographics
While Plymouth’s growth is slowing, the community continues to see population increases. The most recent estimate from the Metropolitan Council puts Plymouth's population at 75,452 as of April 1, 2016. The Metropolitan Council estimates that the number of households in Plymouth is 30,434. under age 18 and 1.5% of those age 65 or over.

Plymouth - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Plymouth: $717,600 / County Avg $683,900

105%

Avg Taxes in Plymouth: $5,300 / County Avg $6,400

82%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Plymouth: 2,947 / County Avg 2,365

125%

Avg Price per/sqft in Plymouth:$243 / County Avg $289

84%

Avg Walkscore in Plymouth: 11 / County Avg 44

25%

Avg Year Built in Plymouth: 1995 / County Avg 1976

101%

Avg Days on Website in Plymouth: 44 / County Avg 54

81%

Plymouth Real Estate Market Health

New Listings
Reductions
Foreclosures
Short Sales