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Popular Plymouth Apartments
Manchester, New Hampshire, 03102
1 BedroomUp to $1,134
2 BedroomsUp to $1,326
Lebanon, New Hampshire, 03766
Manchester, New Hampshire, 03102
1 Bedroom$850 - $875
2 Bedrooms$1,050 - $1,150
Manchester, New Hampshire, 03102
1 BedroomUp to $1,205
2 BedroomsUp to $1,770
Plymouth Apartments Info
Find Apartments in Plymouth, New Hampshire
Plymouth apartments are cleverly laid out near city popular destinations and appealing during all four seasons - you will find a variety of options in all manner of charming areas around the city. Be sure to keep reading for more advice on Plymouth and how to find your new apartment. Best of luck with finding your new place!
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Enjoy a Year-Round Vacation in a Plymouth Apartment
How does a permanent holiday sound? Wish you could experience the relaxation and fun of vacation all the time (minus the little tubes of toothpaste and airport pat-downs, of course)? Rent an apartment in Plymouth, New Hampshire and “live where people vacation,” according to the Plymouth Regional Chamber of Commerce. With beautiful scenery, perfect weather, endless and recreational opportunities, Plymouth is the perfect place to get away from it all (without getting away from it at all). Reward yourself for all your hard work and rent an apartment in Plymouth, New Hampshire.
Want to find out more about Plymouth Regional High School? Check out our LocalTalk for information about Plymouth’s outstanding schools. Looking for an apartment near Fox Pond Park? Talk to our local experts by using the ""Ask a Question"" feature and find out what it’s like to live where the Pemigewasset and Baker rivers meet.
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Are you looking for a spacious three bedroom apartment so you can find a few roommates and start a book club at Pease Public Library? Perhaps you’re looking for a sleek one bedroom that’s walking distance from Biederman's Deli and Pub. 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 read about vacation getaways in The Citizen of Laconia!
Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall
Rent an apartment in Plymouth and you’re sure to enjoy yourself, whether you’re wearing sunscreen or a gigantic parka. According to the Plymouth Regional Chamber of Commerce, “All four seasons have something to please any visitor.” You’ll not only enjoy good weather in Plymouth, but the good nature of the town’s 7,000 warm, inviting residents as well. Whether you need help applying sunscreen or zipping up that gigantic parka of yours, you’re sure to find a neighbor who’s willing to help. It makes sense that the town named itself after Plymouth Colony, which celebrated the very first Thanksgiving. Like its namesake, Plymouth offers a tight-knit community and some delicious fare. You’ll have plenty of friends to join you for a day at the park or a game of Farkle when you rent an apartment in Plymouth. Just make sure you get that parka off by July.
A High Premium on Education
Did you know that author Nathaniel Hawthorne lived in Plymouth? You and your kids will learn all about Plymouth’s history (and the underlying themes of Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter) at the town’s great schools. According to the Plymouth Regional Chamber of Commerce, “the Plymouth region…places a high premium on education.” You can be sure your tax dollars are going toward a top-notch education, complete with plenty of analysis on the works of both living and dead authors. Whether your kid’s reading Shakespeare at Plymouth Regional High School or studying “The Magic School Bus” at Plymouth Elementary School, she’ll receive a great education. Plymouth Regional High School produces numerous National Merit Scholars, championship sports teams, and New England Drama festival award winners. It also offers advanced placement courses through Plymouth State University. In fact, should you or your child wish to pursue a college degree in town, Plymouth State University is a great place to do it. Rent one of Plymouth’s fine apartments and guarantee educational excellence for the entire family. Time to start saving up for all those celebratory pizza parties.
Parades and Other Escapades
No matter how much you love your new apartment, you can’t spend all day in your living room admiring the walls. Good thing for you, Plymouth offers entertaining events to keep you busy. Want to meet your neighbors and ask Santa Claus for a new smart car while you’re at it? Attend the Hometown Holiday Celebration in December and all of your wishes will come true! (If only it were that easy.) If you don’t feel like braving the cold, you can always attend one of the many events at the Silver Center for the Arts at Plymouth State University. You’ll have access to the best music, comedy, dance, drama, and more all year round (and you’ll finally be able to prove to your roommate his shower singing isn’t as good as he thinks it is). Rent an apartment in Plymouth and get ready to have a ball.
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Map & Local Information
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Is Plymouth a town where I'll need a car to get around?
Yes. With a population of less than 7,000, Plymouth is neither large nor dense enough to support a viable public transportation system. It's possible to walk and bike to certain places, but many of the roads are rural and not terribly conducive to this type of transportation. In addition, hot summers and cold winters can make non-car transportation unpleasant. All of these factors make for a very car-oriented town.
Are there museums in Plymouth or nearby?
Yes, there is one museum in Plymouth, as well as several in surrounding towns. The Karl Drerup Art Galley at Plymouth State University, for example, exhibits nationally and internationally renowned artists and designers and features annual exhibits of faculty and student works. Nearby Holderness is home to the Squam Lakes Natural Sciene Center, which aims to advance understanding of ecology through live animal exhibits and natural science education programs, and also offers lake cruises. Located about 10 minutes southeast of Plymouth, Ashland is home to several museums, including the Pauline E. Glidden Toy Museum, the Whipple House Museum, and the Ashland Railroad Station Museum.
What do people in Plymouth do as far as outdoor recreation?
Plymouth is a great place for outdoor recreation. Located just south of the White Mountains, many Plymouth residents venture north to hike, bike, and fish in the summer months and ski, snowboard, and snowshoe in the snowy winter months. Mount Cardigan State Park to the southwest also offers many similar activities. And the many lakes in the area--including Newfound Lake, Squam Lake, and the largest, Lake Winnipesaukee--offer swimming, fishing, boating, sailing, canoeing, and kayaking.