When it comes to buying property, it is never as easy as looking at a house and deciding right then and there that it is the home you want to buy. Apart from your personal preferences and specifications, there’s also the actual price of the house and if it’s realistically possible for you to pay for it. The common mistake first time homebuyers make is being rash in their decision. The difficulty of searching through all the homes for sale in Plymouth, MN can be so stressful that many just decide immediately once they find a home that’s within their price range. Unfortunately, buyer’s regret often comes very late in the process. You may just find that it doesn’t appeal to you at all when you’re halfway through paying the property off. Having the right real estate agent to represent you is one of the best ways to avoid these homebuyer pitfalls.
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Plymouth is the 7th largest city in Minnesota. The land mass is 32.68 square miles, water covers a 2.64 square mile area, population according to the 2012 census is 72928. This city stands out among Minnesota cities and towns. It is a vibrant community with so much to offer for those who call it home. With its convenient location to Minneapolis, acres of parks, miles of trails, and thriving arts community it is a great place to live and raise a family. But don't simply take it from me. Money Magazine named Plymouth, Minnesota the #1 best city in American in 2008. It was again featured in the top 12 for 2011. Whether traveling to downtown Minneapolis for work or play, just hop on Interstate 394 and head west 12 miles to reach your destination. Should you want to enjoy the shopping and dining experience of Uptown, or enjoy a free concert at the Lake Harriet Bandshell you can be there in about 22 minutes. Plymouth is a picturesque community which includes 6 bodies of water, 144.5 miles of trails, open spaces and a premier park system which offers its residents options for both passive and active recreation. Bike, run, or just take a walk through scenic rolling terrain which is honeycombed with paths and trails linking neighborhoods and commercial areas with parks and open spaces.
The Hilde Performance Center is a 45-foot tall open-air facility and home of Music in Plymouth, a yearly event that brings the famed Minnesota Orchestra to its raised stage. It also serves as the venue for other summer concerts and performing arts events. In addition to the Arts Center, you can view art exhibits at the Plymouth Creek Center. They also sponsor Primavera, a Springtime Celebration of the Arts, which include a juried art show with musical, literary and dramatic entertainment. They also provide partial funding to the Concert Band Series and the Plymouth Reads programs.
Nearby Wayzata boasts excellent local shopping with a thriving retail center featuring dozens of high-quality retail shops featuring fashions, art, and antiques. Shop till you drop at Ridgedale Shopping Center in adjacent Minnetonka. And if all that shopping made you hungry there is no shortage of great food in the area. If your preference is casual family dining or an elegant and romantic dinner for 2, you will find an eclectic assortment of restaurants in and around Plymouth. For that special lunch or dinner, score a table overlooking the sparkling waters of Grays or Wayzata Bay and watch the sailboats or the Steamship Minnehaha as it cruises on Lake Minnetonka.
The student population is serviced by the 4 highly regarded public school systems of Wayzata, Robbinsdale, Osseo, and Hopkins, with most students attending Wayzata schools (64%). There are also 5 private school options available in the community. A vibrant community with much to offer for those who call it home! Among Minnesota cities and towns, Plymouth stands out!