Pleasantview Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $523K
Lowest Price $12K
Highest Price $30M
Total Listings 8,853
Avg. Price/SQFT $334

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Listings in Pleasantview Edmonton

Pleasantview is a historic community west of Calgary Trail. The east of 106th Street has been a part of Edmonton since 1914, however the rest of the neighborhood remained outside the city limits until 1948, when it was annexed. It was considered a rural region until the 1940s, when development began following WWII's end. Prairie farmland that is now western Pleasantview was subdivided into one-half to full-acre lots and sold under the Veteran's Land Act to returning veterans as part of the debt incurred for foreign service and the layout matched the era's subdivision trends, with curved streets grouped in a modified grid arrangement around a central park. Pleasantview features a number of different land uses, including a cemetery in Caine Memorial Park, which is located in the heart of the community and along Calgary Trail South and near the junction of 51 Avenue and 111 Street, there is a considerable business aspect. The Southgate Mall and the Southgate LRT Station are located in the south. Martin Estate was the original name of the Pleasantview neighborhood, which was named after David Martin, an early pioneer who moved to the region in 1899. A big hill, however, is a prominent feature of the neighborhood. In 1950, the neighborhood was renamed in honor of the view afforded by this topographical landmark, after the neighbourhood's urban subdivision.