Prices at Bayleys auctions started at $150,000 for a leaker in Hamilton and went up to $3.025m for a Herne Bay villa

This two bedroom apartment with two car parks in Flat Bush sold for $490,000

The most expensive homes auctioned by Bayleys last week were both in the Auckland suburb of Herne Bay, one on Sentinel Rd which went for $3.025 million and another on Marine Parade which fetched $2.95 million.

At the other end of the price scale, a character studio on Kitchener St in the CBD sold for $438,000 and a two bedroom apartment with two car parks in Flat Bush went for $490,000.

In Hamilton a contemporary townhouse with weathertightness issues was sold by mortgagee auction for $150,000 and someone picked up a four bedroom brick house on a 1348 square metre section for $367,000, while a renovated three bedroom house on a 5222 square metre section at Netherton (9km from Ngatea) sold for $290,000.

See below for the full results of Bayleys’ auctions last week, with details and photos of all properties, including those that didn’t sell: