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Living in Mount Pleasant Heights Chesapeake

Mount Pleasant Heights is the 29th most walkable neighborhood in Chesapeake with 788 residents.

Mount Pleasant Heights does not have many bike lanes.

Nearby neighborhoods: Poplar Ridge, Albemarle Acres West, Brandermill, Etheridge Meadows, Etheridge Lakes, Etheridge Woods and Great Bridge Gardens.

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Walk Score of Mount Pleasant Heights, Chesapeake, VA

Mount Pleasant Heights is a Car-Dependent neighborhood

Almost all errands require a car.

Almost all errands require a car in Mount Pleasant Heights Chesapeake.

Mount Pleasant Heights is the 29th most walkable neighborhood in Chesapeake with a Walk Score of 18.

Find apartments in Chesapeake's most walkable neighborhoods: Indian River Estates, Chesapeake Colony and Hall Property.

Mount Pleasant Heights Neighborhood Ranking

Compare Mount Pleasant Heights to other Chesapeake neighborhoods.

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Population

27 Fernwood Farms 20 20 32 887
28 West Chadswyck Terrace 20 20 31 770
29 Mount Pleasant Heights 18 - 35 788
30 Mill Creek 18 - 39 1,109
31 Kemp Crossing 18 - 35 554
Bike Score of Mount Pleasant Heights, Chesapeake, VA

Mount Pleasant Heights is Somewhat Bikeable

Minimal bike infrastructure.

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