Flats in Papakura fetched $1.07 million and a bach at Muriwai went for $400,000 at the latest Bayleys auctions

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Old do-up in Sandringham sells for $1.44m

A block of three home units in Papakura that sold for $1.07 million, a large bach on an 864 square metre section in Muriwai that fetched $400,000, and a do up in Sandringham that went for $1.44 million, were some of the highlights at Bayleys' Auckland residential auctions this week.

The Papakura flats (pictured) were standard investor fare: three brick and tile, two bedroom units on a 1012 square metre site.

The Muriwai property had started out as a typical bach but had been extended many times over the years and the Sandringham do-up was a four bedroom villa that had been reconverted back to a single dwelling after previously being carved up as two flats.  

Other sales from around the region included a recently renovated three bedder in Avondale that sold for $590,000, a five bedroom house with pool in Flat Bush that went for $1.62 million, a Cheltenham villa that achieved $2.65 million, a house adjoining the Rothesay Bay Beach Reserve that was knocked down for $1.83 million, and Birkdale pad that made $656,000.

To see the full details of Bayleys Auckland residential auctions this week, with photos and details of all properties offered, including those that didn't sell, click on this link