A three bedroom bungalow that was auctioned by Bayleys in Hamilton last week would have brought tears to the eyes of many house hunting Aucklanders when it sold for $423,000.
The renovated home with plenty of its original character features was set on a 688 square metre section in historic Frankton Village and would likely have sold for 3-4 times as much if it had come onto the market in one of central Auckland’s suburbs.
Other highlights from Bayleys’ auction rooms last week included a historic 31 room boarding house on n 1851 square metre section at Mt Albert in Auckland that sold for $2.87 million, a three bedroom house in Avondale which would have been considered a first home buyer’s starter house a couple of years ago, that fetched $700,000, and a two bedroom 1970s brick and tile unit in Mt Wellington that went for $565,000.
At Bayleys’ Canterbury auctions, an earthquake affected house in New Brighton that was sold in “as is” condition with a declared reserve of $100,000, sold for $125,000, and a large three bedroom house in Huntsbury sold under the hammer for $636,000.
See below for Bayleys full auction results from last week, with details and photos of all properties, including those that didn’t sell:
Auction Results from Bayleys Hamilton: