You're probably not going to be shocked to hear this, but... Plymouth homes aren't uber-expensive. But they're not especially cheap, either.
The average cost of a Plymouth home ranks it 71st in the state of Massachusetts.
In this year's edition of Coldwell Banker's national Home Listing Report, released Thursday, Nov. 29, the average price of a typical four bedroom, two bath home is listed at $292,152.
When it comes to Plymouth, however, that price jumps to $496,350, which makes it the 71st most expensive home market in the Commonwealth and the 2,053rd most expensive in the country.
This year’s report analyzes more than 72,000 home listings in more than 2,500 U.S. markets, comparing the listing prices of similar homes in markets across the country from January 2012 to June 2012, according to Coldwell Banker.
Perhaps not surprisingly, Duxbury was near the top of the list in Massachusetts, with an averge cost of $661,747, while Hingham is listed as the fifth most expensive town in the state at $845,417.Rank in Massachusetts Community Average Price 1 Weston $1,105,692 5 Hingham $845,417 15 Norwell $715,133 19 Cohasset $690,506 22 Duxbury $661,747 25 Scituate $632,158 32 Hanover $577,942 69 Bourne $417,175 71 Plymouth $409,765 75 Hull $407,202 89 Carver $350,245 116* Springfield $136,405
Source: Coldwell Banker's Massachusetts Home Listing Report. *Communities in Massachusetts were ranked from 1 to 116 in the report.