Anna Lisa Ferreri
CENTURY 21 United Realty Inc., Brokerage*
- 387 George Street South PO Box 178
Peterborough, ON K9J 6Y8
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I was born and raised in Peterborough with my 4 siblings. I grew up in East City and Lakefield. I went to St. Peter's High School and Adam Scott. Graduated from Trent University with Bachelor of Sociology. I currently live in the old west end of Peterborough. My husband and I have 3 boys who are actively involved in rugby, ski racing and football. We are actively involved with the Peterborough Rugby Club.
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I chose Real Estate as a career after I graduated from Trent University. I grew up in Peterborough and my husband and I are currently raising our family in Peterborough. I have been helping people find homes in Peterborough and the surrounding area for 28 years. For expert knowledge and experience about buying or selling in Peterborough or the surrounding communities please e-mail or call me at 1 877 272 4040.
Bachelor of Arts from Trent University
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