Plympton Homes for Sale

The Town of Plympton in Massachusetts was incorporated in 1707 as the first congregation independent of the original Pilgrim’s church, extended well beyond the current borders, including parts of Carver and Halifax. Today, Plympton is approximately 14.8 square miles and is, therefore, the smallest town in southeastern Massachusetts.

The population today is somewhat over 2600 and the average age is 35 (two years younger than the average for the state of Massachusetts at 37). School enrollment approaches 800. Dennett Elementary School on Crescent Street is the only school located in town. Middle and high school students attend Silver Lake Regional Schools in Kingston. Credit resourse info

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