Upper Mount Pleasant is a new home community in Mount Pleasant from Opus Homes. Homes for sale range in size from 1,306ft to 1,957ft. Homes for sale range in price from $354,990 to $415,990. Upper Mount Pleasant has a total of 44 lots.
This robust community is proposed to offer 9 elementary schools, including 5 junior elementary schools and 3 senior elementary schools, as well as 2 secondary schools. So no matter what age your children may be, Upper Mount Pleasant will be able to service their educational needs locally so your kids can walk to school just minutes from home!
For nature enthusiasts, Upper Mount Pleasant features 11 different parks, vistas, parkettes and town squares, perfect for enjoying a sunny day and providing children with ample room to play. And if that's not enough, Upper Mount Pleasant also incorporates a vast Natural Heritage System - an environmentally protected area that runs right through the community with an extensive green trail system for walkers, joggers and bikers.
And if riding is your pleasure, you will be pleased to note that dedicated on-street bike lanes will be available for you! So hop on your bike and make your way down to the Creditview Sandalwood Sportsplex located at the south end of the community.
Finally, to help encourage reduced car use for a cleaner environment, enhanced transit service and connectivity to the Mount Pleasant GO Station will also be provided for your convenience.
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Upper Mount Pleasant
885 Bovaird Drive West
Mount Pleasant, ON
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