A two bedroom home unit at Ellerslie went for $350,000 while a beach house at Omaha fetched nearly 10 times that at Bayleys latest auctions

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$350K in Ellerslie to $3m at Omaha

You could have picked up a two bedroom home unit in Ellerslie for $350,000, or a one bedroom apartment in Parnell for $481,000 at Bayleys Auckland residential property auctions this week.

At the other end of the price scale, a beach front home at Omaha on Auckland's northern edge went for $3 million.

The Ellerslie property (pictured right) was a downstairs unit in a two level block and opened to a courtyard and had a carport.

The Parnell property was a loft style unit with the bedroom on the mezzanine level, providing a high stud for the downstairs living room.  It also came with a car park.

The Omaha property was a strikingly modern house on a 263 square metre site and although it was right on the beach, much of its sea views were obscured by sand dunes.

Other successes from the auction floor were an apartment in the Pullman Hotel on Princes St on the CBD fringe that went for $470,000, a four bedroom home set amongst native bush in Titirangi ($800,000), a waterfront home with swimming pool at Bucklands Beach ($2.7 million), a Mellons Bay house ($1.665 million), a three bedroom townhouse at Schnapper Rock ($648,000) and a four bedroom house at Milford that went for $1.642 million.

To see the full sales results and photos of all the Auckland residential properties auctioned by Bayleys this week, including those that didn't sell, click on this link.

This one bedroom apartment apartment (below) in Parnell sold for $481,000.