A densely populated area, Mount Pleasant West has higher buildings with mid-town living, close to small shops as well as larger retailers. Mount Pleasant West condos, with affordable prices and convenience, make a great choice for upscale living.
Tucked between Mount Pleasant Road and Yonge Street to the west, the area is bounded by Keewatin on the north and by Merton Street on the south.
Homes and Amenities
Condos are found here in large numbers. However, some single family houses on Belsize Drive and east of Redpath, on Soudan. More houses can be found on the northern side of Keewatin.
Some of the outstanding amenities to be found in the condos here include crown molding, hardwood floors, 9 ft. ceilings, and balconies with views. Corner apartments can often be found with outstanding views. A large eat-in kitchen and spacious floor plans are often included. Amenities within a property might include a pool, fitness center, meeting room, theatre room, party room, sauna, hot tub and concierge service. Transportation by bus and subway may be close by.
Other condos offer stainless steel appliances, pantries, granite counters and more. Luxury living is available close to downtown Toronto.
Shops include eclectic shops such as the The Art Shoppe, where fine furniture is found. The shop dates back from 1934.
The neighbourhood delights in a Caribbean Restaurant, the Caribbean Bistro, for unique cuisine. Grano, an Italian Restaurant with drive in service, features antipasti in a variety of shapes, colors and sizes.
A host of private and public schools are found in the area of Mount Pleasant West condos. Public schools include John Fisher Junior Public School, Eglinton Junior Public School, Davisville Junior Public School, Metropolitan Toronto School for the Deaf, and North Toronto Collegiate Institute. Catholic schools include St. Monica, and private schools include Toronto Prep School, The Study, Kohai Education Centre, and Birmingham International College of Canada, located on Yonge Street.
Things To Do
Enjoy Davisville Park with tennis courts or Redpath Avenue Parkette for relaxing in a bit of greenery.