Hear ye all folk who really love gelatinous cranberries and historical revisionism: in honor of the holiday known as Thanksgiving, it's time to once again have a look at the best—or, rather, most expensive—listed property in Plymouth, Massachusetts, a.k.a. the very place the pilgrims set up shop and, centuries later, given Americans a reason to eat turkey, give thanks, and take a very long nap. Anyway, this shingle-style oceanfront estate has all the details befitting a celebration of historic New England, including a great room with nine-foot-high coffered ceilings and, you know, a Sub-Zero fridge. The ask? $3.195M.
· 216 Warren Ave, Plymouth, Massachusetts [Redfin]