Pleasant View Toronto Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Pleasant View - North York

Pleasant View is a sprawling residential neighbourhood in Toronto, located in the North York district at the northern corner of the city. Sheppard Avenue surrounds it to the South, Victoria Park to the East, Highway 404 to the west and the Finch hydro corridor to the north, just a little north of Finch Avenue.

  •   AgeOlder
  •   Area Urban
  •   AmenitiesCF Fairview
  •   Commute20 mins DT
  •   IncomeMiddle


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22 Bowhill Crecent Toronto Ontario M2J3S2 Pleasant View Details
22 Bowhill Crecent Toronto Ontario M2J3S2 Pleasant View Details
22 Bowhill Crecent Toronto Ontario M2J3S2 Pleasant View Details
22 Bowhill Crecent Toronto Ontario M2J3S2 Pleasant View Details



Bungalow In A Desirable Location. Well Maintained Inside And Out! 3+1 Bdrm, 2 4pc Bath And 1+1 Kitchens. Hardwood Floors Throughout, Lots Of Storage, Open Concept Living/dining, Eat In Kitchen With Sliding Door To Deck. Finished Bsmt With Separate Side Entrance. Rec Room... Read More »

22 Bowhill Crecent

Pleasant View, Toronto, Ontario

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths

MLS® #C5980645




Best Value 3 Bedroom Semi-detached House In Prestigious Dream Location, A Sun-lit Open Concept Layout, South Facing Backyard, $$$ Spent In Recent Reno Including Brand New Kitchen(new Cabinets/new Stone Countertop, New S/s Appliances, New Porcelain Floor & Backsplash), New... Read More »

15 Clematis Road

Pleasant View, Toronto, Ontario

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths

MLS® #C5942213

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50 Endsleigh Crecent Toronto Ontario M2J3N6 Pleasant View Details
50 Endsleigh Crecent Toronto Ontario M2J3N6 Pleasant View Details
50 Endsleigh Crecent Toronto Ontario M2J3N6 Pleasant View Details
50 Endsleigh Crecent Toronto Ontario M2J3N6 Pleasant View Details



Absolutely Stunning!!! Fully Renovated 2 Storey Semi Detached In Strategic Pleasant View In North York. This Sun-filled All Break Property Sits On 120 Deep Ft Lot W/carport & Boosts 3+1 Bdrms & 3 Baths. Gourmet Kitchen W/ Luxurious Granite C/t, Bksplsh, Large Ceramic Tile... Read More »

50 Endsleigh Crecent

Pleasant View, Toronto, Ontario

  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths

MLS® #C5985997




Absolutely Stunning 2 Br 2 Bthrm Unit In One Of The Most Highly Sought After & Accessible Areas Of Toronto! Tens Of Thousands Spent On Renovations, Very Large, Beautiful & Bright End Unit! Captivating Views, Bright Living Space, 2 Separate Dining Areas, Large Brs, Brand N... Read More »

#1208 -1900 Sheppard Avenue E

Pleasant View, Toronto, Ontario

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths

MLS® #C5938819




A Rare Find, This Beautifully Kept 2 Bedroom Unit Is Move In Ready! Conveniently Located On The Ground Floor, This Unit Features Upgraded Laminate Flooring With High Profile Baseboards Throughout, Updated Light Fixtures And Has Been Freshly Painted. Prepare Meals With Eas... Read More »

#105 -5 Old Sheppard Avenue

Pleasant View, Toronto, Ontario

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths

MLS® #C5894219




Welcome To The Crossroads. This Spacious 2+1 Unit Is Ideally Situated On Beautifully Manicured Park-like Grounds In The Family-friendly Community Of Pleasant View, Near Schools, Grocery, Fairview Mall, Parks,toronto Public Library, Pleasant View Community Centre,ttc & Don... Read More »

#2005 -1900 Sheppard Avenue E

Pleasant View, Toronto, Ontario

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths

MLS® #C5898279

Pleasant View Real Estate Overview

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The neighbourhood of Pleasant View looks calm enough, and its broad streets and older homes give it the vibe of a long-established community. Popular culture has made associations with the names Van Horne and Lucifer Avenues.

Van Horne Avenue honours William Cornelius Van Horne, the railroad tycoon from the 19th century. On the other hand, the city's Survey and Mapping Services division says that the origin of Lucifer Drive's name dates back to 1968. They theorize that the street may have been named so to honour an early type of match stick. It could also have rooted from a tradition of naming the area's streets after the stable of racehorses owned by the developer. Today, the neighbourhood of Pleasant View is a charming Toronto community, exuding a fast-paced and urban vibe, despite having an over-a-century-old history. It's a neighbourhood that provides an enriching atmosphere and draws homebuyers from all over the country and the world.

Who Lives In Pleasant View Homes

With great retail convenience, schools, and transit options, the Pleasant View neighbourhood houses many families from North Toronto. The area has a growing population of immigrants and has seen many Chinese settling here over the years. Among many others, Pleasant View is known to have a sizeable Italian and Greek population. The percentage of homeowners in this neighbourhood is huge, and it would be considered more like a middle-income community, with residents on both ends of the spectrum. It's an extremely family-centric neighbourhood with a couple of senior citizens that have owned properties here for several years.

Pleasant View Homes Are Perfect For

The neighbourhood of Pleasant View is welcoming to almost all kinds of households, but the best part of it is its multiculturalism and natural landscapes. As such, it is a perfect settlement destination for anyone who's looking for socializing and networking opportunities with a diverse population. It's also an ideal neighbourhood for young families (with or without kids) and senior citizens; they can access amenities in North Toronto and enjoy plenty of open spaces.

Pleasant View Are Not So Perfect For

Major streets like Sheppard, Finch and Victoria Park can get clogged with traffic sometimes, often proving frustrating for residents. So, it isn't the perfect neighbourhood for those who are looking for noise-free living spaces. At the same time, those looking for enhanced luxury and comfort may find the middle-income housing slightly below their expectations. Pleasant view homes for sale are rare, making it difficult for homebuyers looking for quick deals.

Life And Style, Amenities And Things To Do In Pleasant View

Given its convenient location in Toronto's North York district, the Pleasant View neighbourhood is coveted by homebuyers. Once people settle in this neighbourhood, they are likely to develop an active and fun lifestyle as they can access all the commercial and recreational options here.

In terms of accessibility, Pleasant View has public transportation provided by the Toronto Transit Commission bus system. Located to the west, in Don Mills, is Don Mills station, from where residents can access TTC's Line 4 Sheppard.

Families residing in the Pleasant View neighbourhood are often seen enjoying their time in expansive parks. Fitness-freaks, who can't live without their daily dose of physical activity, can be seen jogging or strolling in Van Horne Park. This 95-acre park sprawls over Montgomery and Rocky Hill townships and has walking trails, soccer and baseball fields, and two all-age climbing frames.

Seniors of the neighbourhood are also seen enjoying the quiet and often reside with their children and grandchildren.

The Pleasant View neighbourhood is exceptionally suitable for families with kids as it has plenty of good schools. These include Cherokee Public School, Pleasant View Junior High School, Ernest Public School, Muirhead Public School, St. Gerald Elementary, Brian Public School, and Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha Elementary.

For additional recreational amenities, kids and adults go to the Pleasant View Community Centre, located on Van Horne Avenue. This multi-purpose facility offers programs for preschoolers, youth, adults and older adults. There is also a branch of the Toronto Public Library, a place where bookworms spend some enriching time going through old to new reading materials and books.

Many Pleasant View residents own vehicles and use them to run errands and commute to work. Major highways, 404, 401 and the Don Valley Parkway, can be reached easily from the neighbourhood by car.

Food-lovers, families and youngsters residing in the community find plenty of eateries and restaurants. Basilico Italian Bistro (for simple, but flavourful Italian cuisine), Aoyama & Sushi Restaurant (for fresh sashimi), Red Sail Boat Bakery (for lovely bakes), Purdy's Chocolates (for drowning in chocolates), and Peter's Reggae Kitchen (for a spread of delectable family-oriented dishes) are a few of them doting the neighbourhood.

Residents can also visit Pinto Park, Pleasant View Park, Muirhead Park, Clydesdale Park, Old Sheppard Park and Hickorynutt Parkette. No matter what, Pleasant View's residents have a balanced lifestyle, giving them enough opportunities to rejuvenate themselves despite a hectic professional schedule.

Pleasant View Real Estate Market

Compared to other neighbourhoods in this corner of Toronto, Pleasant View is more skewed towards a middle-income housing mix. The vast majority of homes for sale in Pleasant View are detached homes, along with a few semi-detached, townhouse and high-rise apartment buildings.

Given that this neighbourhood is located close to Finch Station on the Yonge subway line, housing prices tend to be higher here than other North York neighbourhoods. However, certain lifestyle aspects, such as food, shopping and entertainment options, are pocket-friendly, making Pleasant View overall an affordable place to live.

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