We enjoyed a pleasant lunch today in Plymouth’s Old Village. With Spring here (at last), it was nice to get out and take a few pictures of some of the historic structures around this part of town. The historic Old Village of Plymouth is a city within a city. There’s a diverse range of businesses offering everything from books, art, and music lessons. For more information about Old Village and everything it has to offer, www.plymoutholdvillage.com.
Just sold, this notable early 19th century (circa 1829) Plymouth historic home (cottage folk art style) with later additions prior to 1945. Owned by the same family for 65 years, this home has an oversized yard backing to protected park land. There is also a generously sized one 1/2 car garage.
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Some of you have wondering about the Old Village part of Plymouth. Well this weekend would be a great time to explore this historic part of town. On Sunday, October 25th, the Old Village Association is hosting their Old Village Halloween Haunted Block Party. There will be plenty of fun and activities for the whole family and it’s FREE! For more information about this event and about Old Village in general, check out their web site at www.plymoutholdvillage.com.