Prices at last week's Harcourts auctions ranged from $62,000 for a Rotorua do up, to $2.235m for a Mt Eden villa

This house in Rotorua sold at mortgagee auction for $62,000.

The cheapest property auctioned by Harcourts last week was a three bedroom house on a 1060 square metre section (pictured) in Rotorua, sold by mortgagee auction for $62,000.

The most expensive was a fully renovated villa in Mt Eden that went for $2.235 million.

The cheapest Auckland home auctioned by Harcourts last week was a two bedroom house in Sandringham sold for $766,000.

In the Bay of Plenty prices started at $200,000 for a house at Parkvale in Tauranga, and in Hamilton prices started at $250,000 for a house at Enderley.

In Christchurch prices ranged from $160,000 for a house in Richmond that was sold “as is,” to $1.05 million for a house in Fendalton.

There were also three houses sold by auction in Blenheim, priced from $253,000 to $470,000.

See below for the full results of last week’s Harcourts auctions, including details of properties that didn’t sell:

Auction Results for Tauranga/Mt Maunganui/Hamilton/Rotorua/Taupo: 


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