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Bridgewater, Massachusetts, 02324
Studio/1 Bedroom$979 - $2,103
2 Bedrooms$1,195 - $1,937
North Dartmouth, Massachusetts, 02747
2 Bedrooms$936 - $1,325
North Dartmouth, Massachusetts, 02747
2 Bedrooms$1,225 - $1,295
Weymouth, Massachusetts, 02188
1 Bedroom$1,399 - $1,866
2 Bedrooms$1,962 - $2,832
3 Bedrooms$2,039 - $3,078
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If you are a new family and seeking a new place, you can find captivating park views or cat friendly apartments available in a variety of different neighborhoods all over the city.
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Want to live in a town you’re truly thankful for? Have an intense love for cranberry sauce? Rent an apartment in Plymouth, Massachusetts and you’ll be saying thanks left and right. Plymouth is the site of the very first Thanksgiving feast, which was celebrated in 1621. You’ll not only be well-fed in Plymouth, you’ll also part of a true community. Whether you’re moving here to start a new life like the Pilgrims did or you just want a decent place to play Frisbee, you’ll love living in Plymouth. Don’t be a turkey. Rent an apartment in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
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Are you looking for a spacious three bedroom apartment so you can find a few roommates and have someone to go to Driftwood Folk Cafe with? Perhaps you’re looking for a sleek one bedroom that’s walking distance from East Bay Grille so you can have a bowl of chowder whenever you’d like. Whatever apartment you’re after, we’re here to help you find it. If you’re wondering how much you can expect to spend on an apartment in Plymouth, just take a look at the rent table. It has the latest average rates on one, two, and three bedroom units. Read on to learn more about life in Plymouth, and be sure to send your prize-winning stuffing recipe to the Plymouth Daily News!
It takes some time to perfect a town, and Plymouth, Massachusetts has certainly had that. Founded in 1620 by passengers of the Mayflower, Plymouth is the Michael Jordan of American towns: it’s had plenty of practice and knows what it’s doing. It’s no wonder the city’s main industry is tourism, as people are always clamoring to get a taste of one of American history at its finest. Whether for its fantastic schools or great community events, Plymouth truly makes good on its reputation as “America’s Hometown.” As of the 2010 census, Plymouth boasted a population of 56,000 citizens. Should you need assistance locating the Plymouth Public Library or figuring out how long you should cook a 15 pound turkey at 350 degrees, a one of your new neighbors is sure to help. Rent one of Plymouth’s fine apartments and be a part of history.
Did you know that the original Thanksgiving feast lasted three days? That’s a whole lot of turkey (and napping). You and your children will learn all about Thanksgiving and whether or not Tryptophan actually does induce sleep at one of Plymouth’s superb schools. Enroll your children in one of the Plymouth School District’s fourteen schools and you’ll be hearing about everyone from Squanto to Shakespeare in no time. The district is one of the largest in the state, with an enrollment of more than 8,000 students. Come Thanksgiving, you’ll be giving thanks for all the A’s on your child’s report card. If you want to earn yourself an extra serving of pumpkin pie next Thanksgiving, you can enroll at one of Plymouth’s two colleges: Quincy College and Curry College. Whether you’ve got a kid about to start third grade or you want to give your career a boost, Plymouth’s great schools will meet your needs.
Arts and Entertainment
You may not need to travel all the way across the Atlantic in a rickety boat to get to Plymouth, but you certainly don’t want to go through all the trouble of getting here just to sit in your new apartment all day watching TV. Luckily, Plymouth is home to some great cultural attractions. Visit the Plymouth Center for the Arts and take in a poetry reading or learn how to paint. You’ll be an expert on shading and stanzas in no time. If you’re partial to the performing arts, you’ll love the city’s summer concert series. Meet your Plymouth neighbors and show off your dance moves (or lack thereof) as you listen to local musicians. Give your brain a break from reality TV and rent an apartment in Plymouth. You deserve to live the good life!
Average Apartment Rent in Plymouth, Massachusetts
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Plymouth Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Plymouth have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In August the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Plymouth apartment cost $1,137. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Plymouth apartment was $1,316 in August. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Plymouth rentals listed below.
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What neighborhoods in Plymouth are good for eating out?
There are many good neighborhoods for eating out in Plymouth. Perhaps the area with the highest concentration of restaurants is by the water. Particularly, the stretch along 3A is full of restaurants, as is the area of town east of it. The majority of eateries fall between Water St and Lothrop St, but there is also a cluster of restaurants where Long Pond Rd meets Route 3.
Does Plymouth have a good school system?
Yes, Plymouth has a good school system, although it's better relative to the country than to the state, mostly because Massachusetts is known for its very high-quality schools. Public education in Plymouth is provided by the Plymouth School District. With 14 schools serving over 8,300 students, this district was rated better than 55.0 percent of school districts in Plymouth and 96.5 percent of school districts in the country. There are also several private schools in the area.
How much are utilities in Plymouth?
Compared to the rest of the country, the cost of utilities in Plymouth exceeds the US average by 46%. Utilities vary drastically depending on what kind of heat you have, the size and age of your house, and how many members are in your household. For a 2500-square-ft house, gas and electric combined should amount to about $250 month total for everything but water. Naturally, the gas bill will be highest in the winter, when the heat is used without fail, and the electric bill will be highest in the summer, when air conditioning is often needed. Cable will run between $75 and $100 a month, and water will cost about $40 a month.