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Prices ranged from $48,000 for a Tokoroa cottage to $3.315m for a Remmers pad at last week's Bayleys auctions

Prices ranged from $48,000 for a Tokoroa cottage to $3.315m for a Remmers pad at last week's Bayleys auctions

Aucklanders would be crying into their lattes over house prices in Tokoroa, where a two bedroom character house (pictured) sold for $48,000 when it was sold at a mortgagee auction by Bayleys last week.

Never mind that it needed redecorating and the backyard could do with a tidy up, in Auckland you wouldn't even get the letterbox for $48,000.

Up in Bayleys Auckland auction rooms, a Westmere house fetched $2.05 million, another on a large section at Three Kings went for $1.68 million, one at Stonefields achieved $1.55 million, a one bedroom unit in St Heliers sold for $648,000, and a Remuera pad got the top price of the week at $3.315 million.

In the Counties office a large home in Pukekohe sold for $705,000 while another family home with an avocado orchard achieved $2.34 million.

At Bayleys Waikato rooms a number of farming properties were auctioned last week and a large, modern home at Beerescourt sold for $750,000.

The Tauranga office achieved good results when they auctioned several top end properties last week at prices ranging from $630,000 to $2,375,000.

In Christchurch a three year old, four bedroom townhouse at Riccarton sold for $570,000 while a renovated four bedroom house at Bishopdale fetched $605,000.

The full results of Bayleys latest auctions in Auckland, Waikato, Bay of Plenty and Canterbury, with photos of all properties including those that didn't sell, are listed below:

Bayleys Waikato Rural & Residential Auction Results:

Bayleys Bay of Plenty Auction Results:

Bayleys Canterbury Auction Results:


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