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Pleasant View

Pleasant View NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDE

18 Homes for sale | 3 Homes for rent

Description

Junior Schools
Cherokee
Ernest
Muirhead
Brian
Fairglen

Middle Schools
Pleasant View Jr. High

Secondary Schools
Sir John A Macdonald Collegiate

Catholic Schools
Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha
St. Gerald

Christian Schools
North Toronto Christian School

Best For

New Canadians looking for reasonably-priced, family-sized houses for sale in North York in a diverse community.

Overview

Much like The Peanut on the other side of Highway 404, Pleasant View is a popular North York community for new Canadians looking for modestly-priced homes. There's a large Chinese population here as well as sizeable Greek, Italian, Persian and Korean communities.

Pleasant View is, well, just plain pleasant. This is a quiet, relatively safe neighbourhood that is very tolerant of different cultures which is why a lot of new Canadians choose to call it home. There’s also a good number of parks and schools in this area and it’s commuter-friendly being so close to both Highway 404 and 401.

Why We Love Pleasant View

'Cause Kids Gonna Play

Pleasant View's biggest outdoor attraction is Van Horne Park, a 3.6 hectare park near Finch and Victoria Park. Families flock to the multi-purpose sports field, outdoor ice rink in the winter and splash pad and children's playground in the summer.

At the east end of the park is the Pleasant View Community Centre. The Centre offers a range of kids' programming throughout the year including art workshops and camps as well as an outdoor pool and an indoor skating rink.

Ask an Expert

Rob Ackerley

Rob Ackerley

Salesperson

Phone:
4169956983