Plymouth is the 7th largest city in Minnesota and the 3rd largest suburb of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Once named for Medicine Lake, the city's name was chosen by Hennepin County Commissioners during the county's inception. Plymouth MN covers a land area of 35.3 square miles 2.4 miles of which is water. One of the great features Plymouth has is its love for the outdoors. With the serene gardens, trails, walkways, and fountains of Plymouth Creek Centers, Millennium Gardens as well as the variety of opportunities for outdoor exploration at French Regional Park. Located along the north shore of Medicine Lake, the park offers amenities such as a swimming beach, fishing pier, lighted trails, and a family-friendly play area. Music lovers can enjoy numerous summer concerts (including a symphony production) at the Hilde Performance Center. Five school districts serve Plymouth MN, school district's 284, 281, 279, 6069 and 270. Wayzata is popular in the Plymouth area for stellar education, year-round programs, classes, team sports and instruction for youth, adults, and families. With some of the best schools around, affordable housing and an active outdoor culture, Plymouth is certainly a great place to call home.
Plymouth has a variety of neighborhoods to fit your desired lifestyle from tree lined streets to small acreage properties to new construction communities. Some of the more popular neighborhoods in Plymouth MN are:
Plymouth offers homes for sale ranging from $100,000 to well over $1,000,000 in all styles and locations. The average 3 bed, 2 bath home for sale in Plymouth with 2,200 square feet has an asking price of $333,400.
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