We are pleased to announce the sale of 415 Arthur in downtown Plymouth. This charming and classic brick and stone Cape Cod is in superb condition with beautifully re-finished hardwood floors, solid wood doors, 2 staircases, and many other restored and updated features. The home offers an expansive master suite complete with two dormers, balcony, and walk-in closet, an updated full bathroom, finished basement – also with 2 staircases and a full bathroom, and mature landscaping surrounding a fully fenced and private rear yard. There’s even a second all brick garage with access from the alley!
Just sold to one of our clients last week, this updated and expanded Dutch Colonial has 2500 sqft, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and a 2 car garage. Located on a quiet tree-lined street within easy walking distance to downtown, this home exudes the character and charm so often associated to Plymouth homes.
If you are looking to buy or sell a home like this in Plymouth or Northville, please call or email us at email@example.com 734-788-2398, or firstname.lastname@example.org 734-272-8375. I would also encourage you to visit our website at www.bobbake.com where you can see more homes for sale with virtual tours.
Update July 10th, 2010: This year’s event seems bigger and better than ever with perfect summer weather too! The booths seems to be taking over more and more of downtown and combined with the new stores – there’s plenty to see.
It’s summer in Plymouth (starting officially today on the Summer Solstice) and Art in the Park is coming soon. Downtown streets and parks will be transformed into rows of artists and craftsmen displaying their work and wares for all to see and purchase. In addition to the vendors – visitors to town will be able to enjoy all the new shops and restaurants that have appeared in the past year. For more information about Art in the Park 2010, go to www.artinthepark.com.
Update July 10th, 2010: At Art in the Park this year, we stopped by the Old World Olive Press and the place was crowded with Olive Oil tasters – so much so that we decided to come back at a later date. The place looked great and the people were sure enjoying themselves!
Another new business for the food lover is coming to Plymouth! Old World Olive Press will be opening soon at 467 Forest Avenue in Downtown Plymouth. Specializing in Balsamic vinegar and Olive Oils from around the world, Old World Olive Press will have something to satisfy your Mediterranean wonder oil wishes. Whether it’s for dining out or buying fresh vegetables, meats, and other speciality food items, Plymouth is rapidly growing into the food destination.
It looks like Hollywood is back in Plymouth this week with David Schwimmer (Friends) shooting a new movie around Penniman Ave. and Church St. Several of the roads in the area are closed as crews with lots of trucks and equipment work in the area. The movie is called “Trust” and stars Clive Owen, Catherine Keneer, and Viola Davis. This film is expected to be released in 2010.
With all the gorgeous tree lined avenues and beautiful historic homes in town, I’m sure we’ll be seeing more film crews around …
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Update November 23, 2009 – Apparently one of our listings, 908 Penniman, is in the movie so we had to temporarily remove one of our lawn signs today to avoid being in the shot. Too bad – it would have been great to see one of our premier Penniman Ave. listings on the big screen! The movie crew is hard at work tonight along Forest Ave. and will be back in town in December too.
Update – Spoke to some people at lunch who mentioned that the film crews even glued leaves back on the trees. If you drive along Penniman, you’ll find a couple of trees with green leaves in front of one of the homes used for the film.
We just picked up a copy of Then & Now Plymouth by Brian Hill. This 95 page paperback captures Plymouth’s past to present with lots of wonderful photographs and descriptions. You can see many of Plymouth’s beautiful homes, businesses, and Churches – and read about their history and the people who built them. On page 18 you can even see the house where Carrie’s dad grew up (they no longer own it)! It’s a great read and available for $21.99 from Made in Michigan in downtown.
Update: May 19, 2010 – This wonderful in town Toy Store has been a regular destination for our family. It’s a great place to pick up the last minute birthday gift and card. They can even wrap the gift too. In fact, we’ll be stopping by today (again).
The children of Plymouth continue to eagerly await the opening of a new toy store in downtown. Located on Forest, the Genuine Toy Co. is on the verge of opening and helping to bolster Plymouth’s position as a retail and entertainment destination with an All-American small town atmosphere! What a positive statement to see so many new and diverse businesses continue to open and flourish despite the overall economy.
It’s that time of year again when downtown Plymouth streets are blocked off, white tents spring up, and parked cars clog all the neighborhood roads. Art in the Park is back and as strong as ever with vendors selling their goods as far as the eye can see. It was a good day for everyone – including the kids on our street selling lemonade and homemade cookies. Hopefully all the sellers and buyers did as well today too!
Although we’ve been to Nico and Vali several times, today was especially nice since we indulged in a dessert after lunch. I had the Triple Chocolate Mouse and it was superb! The owners, Paul and Silvia DePalma, have done a great job designing their building with both indoor and outdoor seating. They offer a wide variety of food including freshly prepared items for dining it or taking out. It’s a wonderful dining experience just off downtown and really offers something new to Plymouth.
It was a beautiful weekend for this year’s Plymouth Green Fair. The number of tents and people seemed to be down a little this year but there was still plenty to do, see, eat, and learn about. The kids could enjoy a petting zoo, build homes using recycled materials, and have some organic food. While adults could learn about green building materials, cleaning products, hybrid cars. There was even environmentally friendly pet products – truly something for everyone! This is one of the nicer and quieter festivals that we have in downtown Plymouth.