A Place for Families in Pleasantview
Edmonton has many communities designed to indulge Albertans of all types. In Pleasantview, the focus lies on supporting families, and the results of such direction speak for themselves.
Although Pleasantview is well-linked with the LRT system, people don't have to travel far to experience enviable amenities. Local institutions like Mount Pleasant School have reputations for educational quality, and those seeking to further their knowledge find it easy to reach the University of Alberta and its farm campus. Since the 1940s, the Pleasantview Community League has offered a range of great programs designed to teach children and parents how to get along in the thriving big city, so it's simple to make friends with neighbours and broaden one's horizons.
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Pleasantview Real Estate Listings
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Critical Connections to Essentials
This borough is just across 51 Avenue NW from must-visit shopping facilities, like Southgate Centre, and South Edmonton Common is a short trip away. Of course, Pleasantview Shopping Centre and the many commercial spaces along Calgary Trail mean that popping out for a quick errand couldn't be easier than it is here.
Like many Edmonton communities, Pleasantview isn't far from uninterrupted nature. The green slopes of the Whitemud Ravine lie but minutes to the west, and along with them, one will find equestrian parks, golf courses, campgrounds like Rainbow Valley and even ski slopes. With its unique position in the city, mature trees, and judicious mix of single-family homes, duplexes and low-rise rentals, this community somehow manages to maintain a sense of connection that doesn't suffer for its simultaneous air of solitude in a clearly urban area.