An ex-State house with two and a half bedrooms and a rating valuation of $710,000 sells at auction for $1.17 million

This ex-State house on the Three Kings/Mt Roskill border sold for $1.17 million.

An ex-State house (pictured) on the Three Kings/Mt Roskill border sold for $1.17 million at Harcourts auctions last week.

The 1940s-era weatherboard home had three bedrooms (two double and one single) and was on a 706 square metre section.

It had been renovated over the last few years and had French doors opening to a rear deck.

It’s rating valuation was $710,000.

According to QV.co.nz the house had been purchased for $542,000 in 2011.

The cheapest house sold at Harcourts’¬†Auckland auctions last week was a three bedroom house in Papatoetoe that went for $540,000, and the most expensive was four bedroom house at Bucklands Beach that sold for $2.02 million.

Down the line prices started at $321,000 for a home unit in Hamilton and prices ranged $225,000 to $1.26 million in the Bay of Plenty.

There were several auction sales on the Kapiti Coast where prices started at $228,000 and in the South Island prices started at $288,000 for a refurbished home unit at Linwood in Christchurch.

See below for the full list of Harcourts auction results from last week: