There was a reasonable selection of apartments on offer at the main Auckland apartment auctions this week ,although sales results were mixed.
The biggest offering was at Barfoot & Thompson's main Auckland auction rooms where eight apartments were offered at their Thursday morning auction, with four being sold under the hammer and four being passed in.
Of those that sold, the cheapest was a studio unit in the Oakwood Hall building near Auckland University on Wakefield St which fetched $240,000 and the most expensive was an upper level, one bedroom unit that had been thoroughly refurbished and was part of a three level, 1970s-era apartment block on Curran St in Herne Bay, which went for $800,000.
At Barfoot's Thursday afternoon auction, a two bedroom home unit on two levels with a car park sold for $395,000 but a large brick house in Mt Eden, probably build in the 1960s or 1970s, which had been converted into three flats, one of three bedrooms and two with two bedrooms each, was passed in with a top bid of $1.9 million.
Just up the road at Ray White City Apartments' regular auction, two units were on offer, one of them in the Metropolis building and the other in Mt Eden. Although both attracted bids they were passed in for sale by negotiation.
Earlier in the week City Sales offered a single apartment at their regular auction, a two bedroom unit (pictured) in Newton with a car park and deck that sold for $636,000.
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