Introducing 114 Haddington Avenue.
Ledbury Park is an upscale, family-friendly neighbourhood just north of Lawrence between Bathurst and Avenue Road. Originally designed as a middle-class suburb outside the city, today it is a vibrant community of renovated mid-sized detached and semi-detached homes that retain much of the flavour of the neighbourhood’s early twentieth-century roots.
I SELL HOMES. PERIOD.
It’s as simple as that. In fact, collectively my team sells 1 home every 2 days for 103% of the asking price*. Typically, my listings sell 30% quicker and 3.9% higher than the Toronto Real Estate Board average**. These results are a product of our ongoing dedication and pledge to provide each and every one of my clients with the highest possible standard of service.
*On average from Jan. 1, 2013 to Dec. 31, 2018 Based on MLS & exclusive sales for Team Greenberg.
**Team Greenberg MLS average for 2018.
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