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Located in the heart of Palmers Green Anthony Webb cover both sales and lettings for an extensive range of homes, from luxury new build apartments and period conversions to Edwardian and Georgian houses. 

Over the last year we achieved an average of 97.6% of the asking price by providing realistic valuations based on extensive market research, local knowledge and comparable sales.

Our website monthly impressions, in combination with platforms such as Rightmove and Zoopla, our active social media presence and our popular Palmers Green & Southgate LIFE community magazine, ensure clients’ properties receive the widest possible exposure with Anthony Webb.

Where appropriate, we often work with a professional photographer to capture the true personality of your home and ensure it is exceptionally displayed.

The very best of our sales agents attend all viewings, showcasing and helping to sell your home while delivering peace of mind and convenience to you.

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