The Pinehills offers a village green with shopping and dining opportunities, including a home furnishings boutique coined The Cottage.
Anthony F. Provenzano Jr., attorney at law, provides residents with legal counsel.
Family-owned Martins Flowers is housed in a quaint New England-style cottage on the Village Green.
Convenience at every turn, The Pinehills features its own full-service U.S. post office.
The Village Green provides residents with a spot to stop and enjoy nature.
A full-service salon and barbershop pampers residents and visiting friends and family.
Crosby & Bruno certified public accountants offer 25 years of experience and handle everything from tax planning to audit and accounting services.
Downtown Plymouth offers a wide variety of dining options, from barbecue to casual cafe fare.
The CBJ Community Center is housed in a local landmark building located in downtown Plymouth. The circa-1894, timber-framed clapboard building features two steeples and a street-corner entry porch.
Located on the waterfront in downtown Plymouth, Plymouth Rock is protected from the elements by a canopy.
The Plymouth Rock canopy was designed by McKim, Mead and White and built by Roy B. Beattie of Fall River.
Plymouth Beach, a strip of land visible from Plymouth Harbor, serves as a protective barrier against storms.
Mayflower II, an accurate replica of the vessel that transported pilgrims to America, is moored at State Pier and is open to the public for tours.
A gift shop near Plymouth Rock caters to tourists.
The snow-covered public beach in West Yarmouth is the perfect spot to enjoy a winter sunset.
Lighthouse Beach, the largest beach in Chatham, is known for strong currents and tides.
Chatham Light station was established in 1808. The current tower was constructed in 1877 and automated in 1982. The lighthouse keeper’s cottage now houses a Coast Guard station. Both the lighthouse and grounds are closed to the public, except by special arrangement and during open-house dates.
A monument to Gold Medal lifeboat CG36500 celebrates the heroism of its four-man crew that rescued 32 people off the coast of Chatham in 1952. Passengers of the 503-foot tanker Pendleton were left stranded when the vessel split in two during a violent storm. See more photos of Plymouth.