The cheapest Auckland property auctioned by Bayleys last week was a two bedroom apartment with a car park in the CBD fringe suburb of Grafton, which sold for $210,000.
Apart from that, there were only four other Auckland homes that sold for less than $1 million at Bayleys auctions last week – a four bedroom house in Albany that fetched $930,000, a three bedroom house in Howick that went for $895,000, a four bedroom house in Eastern Beach that sold for $936,000 and a four bedroom home at New Windsor which sold for $905,000.
The others all went for $1 million or more and included homes from all over the North Shore, eastern suburbs, Ellerslie, Newmarket, Remuera, Pt Chevalier and Parnell (see below for full results).
Down the line there were several residential and farming properties auctioned in the Waikato, houses at Papamoa, Mt Maunganui and Te Puna that went under the hammer in the Bay of Plenty, and several Christchurch properties that were auctioned by Bayleys last week.
The full results from Bayleys auctions last week, with photos and details of all properties auctioned, including those that didn’t sell, are listed below:
Bayleys North Shore Auctions:
Bayleys Manukau/Eastern Suburbs Auctions:
Bayleys Central Auckland Auctions:
Bayleys Waikato Auctions:
Bayleys Bay of Plenty Auctions:
Bayleys Canterbury Auctions:
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