Northland news in brief: After 39 bids, Waipū home sells for $1.615m; SH1 stretch closed this weekend
15 Mar, 2021 04:00 PM
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A three-bedroom, two-bathroom Waipū property has sold for $1.615 million under the hammer after being brought forward with an agreed opening sum of $1.4m.
After three registered bidders competed to the tune of 39 bids, the eventual buyers of 111 Massey Rd were a couple who work in digital animation and can work from home.
Ray White Bream Bay salesman James Alexander, who called the auction from the front lawn of the property, said the bidding was an absolute frenzy from the get-go.
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