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Homes For Sale in Plympton, South Shore, MA
Plympton, MA Homes for Sale
Plympton has been around since the early 1700s, since the first congregation independent of the original church of the Pilgrim’s. Since then, the town has condensed to almost 15 square miles, and it’s considered the smallest town in the southeastern part of Massachusetts. Just because the town is small, doesn’t mean it lacks any energy, history, or amazing community.
About Plympton, MA Real Estate
Condos and townhomes in Plympton start in the $110,000 range and can cost up to $2 million. There are some beautiful character homes, new construction homes, and commercial property spaces available.
The most popular homes in Plympton are single-family homes that start around $400,000 and can cost around $800,000. Newly constructed homes are available in the area.
Vacant land is available in the community, costing home buyers $230,000 up to $800,000. Buyers can find land that has between three and ten acres of space. Some properties are ready for a new home to be built, and some require excavating beforehand.
Living in Plympton, MA
Located near Boston, Plympton offers residents quick access into the big city via highways, public transit, and commuter rail. The MTA station is also available in neighboring Halifax. Commuters are located close to Route 58, 106, and 44, so they can conveniently get to Boston. For those who frequently travel, getting to the Logan Airport and Green Airport in Providence is quite easy. Providence and Cape Cod are also close by, so residents can get away for an easy weekend to a beautiful destination.
Plympton is the smallest town in the southeastern part of the state, and just over 2500 residents call it home. The average age of Plympton residents is 35 years old. There are many families that call the community home, and they have access to Dennett Elementary School. Middle school and high school students must travel to Kingston to attend the Silver Lake Regional Schools, as there are no middle and high schools located directly in town.
Residents have the opportunity to be heavily involved in their local government. They can attend town meetings, address the Board of Selectmen, and join boards and committees to have a say in their government.
The town focuses on supporting local businesses and local farms. Fresh produce stands are scattered around the town and in supermarkets. There are numerous restaurants and cafes for residents to enjoy. There are local shops and boutiques that offer unique and special gifts. Residents have access to great services and amenities, but there are larger shops and retailers in neighboring towns if needed. The local library offers activities for kids, reading groups, art shows, and book sales during the year.
One of the most popular attractions is the Sauchuk’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch. Families can enjoy numerous activities for their kids, including pick-your-own-pumpkins in the patch, face painting, the Corn Maze, games, duck races, and delicious eats. Almost all of the guests of the Corn Maze have nothing but great things to say about the days they spend there.
Plympton offers the small-town living and atmosphere combined with the amazing amenities of the big city, being located so close to Boston. Homebuyers have excellent housing options in a place where there is access to beautiful scenery and an endless list of things to do.