3 of the 4 intensive homes auctioned at Bayleys this week were sold under the hammer – a Takapuna development site currently in 2 flats (outlined), a Scotia Place apartment with remedial work set to start, and a Mt Albert townhouse.
A Hopetoun Residences apartment was passed in and the auction of an Avondale property was postponed.
Hopetoun Residences, 15 Hopetoun St, unit 402:
Features: 2-bedroom corner apartment, 2.7m ceilings, 2 bathrooms, covered balcony, 2 parking spaces
Outcome: passed in, back on market at $1.395 million
Agents: Trent Quinton & Julie Prince
Scotia Tower, 8 Scotia Place, unit 7C:
Features: one bedroom, parking space, remedial work set to start in 2018
Outcome: sold for $156,000
Agent: Marcus Fava
1843 Great North Rd:
Features: 2309m² site, 250m² floor area – café & villa; height limit under unitary plan 32.5m in business town centre zone
Outcome: auction postponed
Agents: Laurie Bell & Kate Kirby
8 Soljak Place, unit 36:
Features: 84m², 2-level terraced townhouse, 2 bedrooms, courtyard, balcony, 2 parking spaces, gated entrance
Outcome: sold for $575,000
Agents: Gay Kelly & Peter Cashmore
8 The Terrace:
Features: 2 flats, one of 3 bedrooms with double garage, the other of 2 bedrooms, conservatory, parking space, listed as a development site with holding income
Outcome: sold for $2.508 million
Agents: Allan Boot
Attribution: Agency release.