Prices at Bayleys' latest auctions started at $265,000 for a large section in Te Awamutu; House in Tirau fetches $315,000

Prices at Bayleys' latest auctions started at $265,000 for a large section in Te Awamutu; House in Tirau fetches $315,000
This old bach with a large garage/workshop at Kawakawa Bay sold for $523,000.

A number of holiday and lifestyle properties were among the offerings at Bayleys' latest auctions in Auckland and Hamilton, including a holiday home at Whangamata that went for $700,000, and a bach at Kawakawa Bay that went for $523,000.

Other sales included a home unit in Sandringham and an apartment in the Heritage Hotel complex in Auckland's CBD.

In Hamilton several commercial properties were sold including a superette in Huntly and an A grade commercial building leased to a veterinary practice in Hamilton, plus several rural/lifestyle properties including a house at Tirau that sold for $315,000, and a section in Te Awamutu that went for $265,000.

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