Bayleys had a cracker of a week in its auction rooms, selling 61% of the properties offered in Auckland and 50% in Hamilton, giving an overall clearance rate of 59%.
At the Auckland residential auctions, prices ranged from $530,000 for a one bedroom apartment in The Dilworth building on the corner of Queen and Customs Streets in the CBD, to $3.211 million for a four bedroom house on an 1184 square metre waterfront site at Farm Cove.
There was also good interest in a couple of commercial properties offered at the same auctions, with a restaurant premises in Mt Eden selling for $3.61 million, and a retail unit in Glen Eden occupied by a Mad Butcher outlet selling for $1.375 million.
At the Hamilton auction a mix of residential, rural lifestyle and residential properties were on offer, with half of them finding new owners.
Sales included a two bedroom house at Cambridge that went for $425,000 (pictured), and a 6290 square metre lifestyle block at Paeroa that fetched $202,000.
The fulls results from both the Auckland and Waikato auctions are available on our Auction Results page.
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