Agincourt North is bound by McNicoll Avenue to its north, and the C.P. Railway to the south. Middlefield Road to Markham Road is on the East end, while Midland Avenue to Brimley Road borders on the western edge of the neighbourhood.
Agincourt North has a high population, with many residents at pre-retirement age or seniors. The neighbourhood’s population is also very diverse, with many different languages and cultures. Top non-official languages are Cantonese and Chinese with top ethnic origins as Chinese, Sri Lankan, East Indian, and Filipino.
The median after-tax household income for this neighbourhood is $55,893 which is slightly higher than the City of Toronto ($52,149). A very safe neighbourhood, Agincourt North has one of the lowest crime rates in the Greater Toronto Area with 98 major crimes per 10,000 people per year.
Agincourt North has a high number of Single Detached Houses (37%) and Row Houses (16%) when compared to the City of Toronto. The numbers of Apartment Buildings, however, are lower than City of Toronto average. The average home value in this neighbourhood is approximately $375,300, which compares to the City of Toronto average of $600,000. Not known for its green space, Agincourt North has very little green areas and does not have many trees.
Shopping and public facilities are in abundance in the Agincourt North neighbourhood. The nearest malls are Scarborough Town Centre and Markville Shopping Centre, located 4 km and 8 km away, respectively. A Food Basics grocery store will provide convenient shopping, and a Walmart is located 4 km away. There are a number of parks in Agincourt North neighbourhood, such as Iroquois Park, Alexmuir Park, Richmond Park, Chartland Park, Chartwell Park, and Commander Park. Scarborough Hospital is the closest hospital, located 4 km from the centre of the neighbourhood. Finally, Woodside Square Library and Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute swimming pool are also located in this neighbourhood.
The nearest highway is HWY 401 at the Brimley Road,McCowan Rd and Markham Rd exit, located 5 km from Agincourt North’s centre. HWY 404 is located 6 km away. Transit options include the TTC McCowan Subway Station,Scarborough Central Station and GO Agincourt, all located 4 km away.
Landmarks in Agincourt North Scarborough
You may recognize the following landmarks, which set this neighbourhood apart: Woodside Square, Leland Industries, and Toronto Sypson Chinese Alliance Church.
Schools and Childcare in Agincourt North Scarborough
Neighbourhood elementary schools include Our Lady of Grace Catholic School, St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic School, Alexmuir Junior Public School, Anson S. Taylor Junior Public School, and Brimwood Boulevard Junior Public School. Secondary schools in the neighbourhood areFrancis Libermann Catholic High School,Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute, and Delphi Secondary Alternative School.
Childcare centres in Agincourt North include Chartland Child Care, Brimwood School Age YMCA, Our Lady of Grace Jr. YMCA, Jingbao Bilingual Children’s Centre, Angel Child Care Learning Centre, All My Children Child Care, Garderie Mon Petit Jardin, and Tamarack Day Care Centre.