Correction: An earlier version of this story said a cottage at Kaikohe was sold for $17,500. That was incorrect. The house was passed in for sale by negotiation, with a highest bid of $17,500.
The prices of homes sold at auction by Harcourts last week ranged from $212,000 to $2.32 million.
Harcourts has released the results of 104 auctions it held throughout the country last week, and the cheapest property was a home unit at Phillipstown in Christchurch which sold for $212,000 while the highest price achieved was for a stunningly modern home (pictured at right) at Strowan, also in in Christchurch, which had features such as an indoor lap pool and spa.
However it wasn't the only Christchurch home that Harcourts auctioned for more than $2 million last week, and an auction in Auckland achieved $2.608 million, but that was for two adjacent homes at Castor Bay on the North Shore which were sold as a single lot.
You can view the results of properties auctioned by Harcourts last week in Northland, Auckland, Waikato, Bay of Plenty, Hawkes Bay, Wellington and Christchurch by clicking on the links below for the areas you are interested in:
To see Harcourts auction results for Auckland and Northland click on this link.
To see Harcourts auction results for Waikato and the Bay of Plenty click on this link.
To see Harcourts auction results for Wellington and Hawkes Bay click on this link.
To see Harcourts auction results for Christchurch click on this link.
This tenanted investment property (below) at Silverdale in Hamilton sold for $390,000.
This bungalow ( pictured below) at Petone in Lower Hutt sold for $550,000.
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