Pleasant View real estate guide & listings for sale
Pleasant View offers a calm environment and will appeal to those who enjoy spending time outdoors. This area features a fair amount of greenery as numerous tree-lined streets are prominent. It is easy to get to public green spaces in the neighbourhood since there are a few of them nearby for residents to unwind in. Most areas in this part of Toronto are reasonably quiet, as there isn't a lot of street noise or city clamour - however noise can be problematic closer to Highway 404.
Regardless of the medium of transportation, it is easy to move around in Pleasant View. Owing to about 10 nearby bus lines, this neighbourhood is a fairly pleasant part of Toronto for travelling by public transit. Physically active home buyers will also be pleased with the walk-friendly nature of this area; running day-to-day errands is easy on foot. Moving around by bicycle is difficult in this part of Toronto since this neighbourhood is home to a quite poor cycling infrastructure, and there are a fair number of hills for cyclists to brave.
In Pleasant View, about 40% of dwellings are townhouses, while large apartment buildings, small apartment buildings, and single detached homes are the main alternatives in the housing stock. Roughly 80% of the properties in this neighbourhood were constructed in the 1960s and 1970s, while many of the remaining buildings were constructed pre-1960. This part of Toronto is primarily composed of three bedroom and four or more bedroom homes. Homeowners occupy about three quarters of the units in Pleasant View while the rest are rented.
In Pleasant View, families will generally be able to reach schools and daycares by walking. At the primary level, both public and private schools can be found. With regards to food, it is easy to get to the closest grocery store by walking in this area. In addition, those who like to dine in restaurants will have a good number of options, and a small selection of coffee shops is available as well.