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Agincourt

Agincourt NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDE

64 Homes for sale | 9 Homes for rent

Description

Agincourt is a popular neighbourhood for young families looking for large, single-family homes at reasonable prices within a thirty-minute commute to downtown. The volume and quality of schools is also a huge draw for families. Agincourt is split into two neighbourhoods: Agincourt North where you’ll find a higher concentration of fine-quality, detached homes and Agincourt South-Malvern between Sheppard and Hwy 401 where you’ll find more condos for sale and high-rise Scarborough apartments for rent.

Agincourt is home to one of the largest Asian communities in Toronto and this cultural influence shows in the area's shops and restaurants which are a draw for many buyers. Another selling feature is commutability. You can get in and out of Toronto quickly by car as well as by GO train; Agincourt has a GO station stop on the Stouffville line and it takes just 25 minutes to get to Union from here.

Best For

Young families looking for houses for sale in Scarborough that offer substantially better value than Toronto homes just ten or fifteen minutes further west.

Overview

Agincourt is a popular neighbourhood for young families looking for large, single-family homes at reasonable prices within a thirty-minute commute to downtown. The volume and quality of schools is also a huge draw for families. Agincourt is split into two neighbourhoods: Agincourt North where you’ll find a higher concentration of fine-quality, detached homes and Agincourt South-Malvern between Sheppard and Hwy 401 where you’ll find more condos for sale and high-rise Scarborough apartments for rent.

Agincourt is home to one of the largest Asian communities in Toronto and this cultural influence shows in the area's shops and restaurants which are a draw for many buyers. Another selling feature is commutability. You can get in and out of Toronto quickly by car as well as by GO train; Agincourt has a GO station stop on the Stouffville line and it takes just 25 minutes to get to Union from here.

Why We Love Agincourt

Overall Quality of Life

Agincourt really has it all – nice homes at reasonable prices, great schools, fantastic amenities and easy access in and out of downtown Toronto.

Toronto Life agrees, ranking Agincourt South-Malvern West a highly-respectable number thirteen on their Neighbourhood Rankings list of 140 communities across Toronto. The only other Scarborough neighbourhood to rank higher is Wexford at an impressive sixth place. Like Wexford, Agincourt South scores particularly high for shopping and entertainment but Agincourt wins out on education with their impressive selection of schools. Agincourt North comes in in thirtieth position which is still very good. To put that in perspective, it tops Forest Hill and the Annex for its overall quality score.

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