Today Alex and i are taking a tour of Plymouth, 7th largest city in the twin cities, and listed 3 times on America's best places to live. Plymouth is a good place with a strong sense of community, but one of the reasons people move here is because of the great schools, the city has some of the best schools in Minnesota.
Plymouth has a very strong community. There are always events going on and you can browse tons of different ones at their website:
They offer a lot of recreational activities, clubs, and sporting events, and you can check the link above for more details.
Schools - the one people want most is Wayzata
Plenty of conveniences, 20 minutes from the twin cities
Beautiful, spacious homes with large yards
Great park spaces:
Parker’s Lake Park
French Park (near medicine lake)
Things to do: biking, boating, cross country skiing, and so much more
Plymouth Creek Park and Millennium Gardens
Expensive, the average single family home price is $525,000
Its hard to get into a single family home here at all for under $400k, but you can find townhomes under $300k
Lack of culture and trendy restaurants
A lot of chain restaurants
It can feel a bit congested at times, and highway runs through the city
There isn’t a central mall area. It’s a lot of scattered strip malls around the area
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