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4 apartments & a farm sell at Bayleys

4 of the 7 apartments auctioned at Bayleys on Wednesday were sold under the hammer.

A Kaukapakapa farm with a range of potential conversions, including subdivision, was also sold.


Albert St

Stamford Residences, 26 Albert St, unit 1209:
Features: 133m², 2 bedrooms, 2 ensuites, secure parking space
Outgoings: rates $2372/year including gst; body corp levy $7385/year
Outcome: no bid
Agents: Blair Haddow

Quay Park

Scene 1, 2 Beach Rd, unit 611:
Features: leasehold, one bedroom, secure parking space
Outcome: sold for $95,000 at mortgagee auction
Agents: Tony Bayley

Isthmus east


32 Michaels Avenue, flat 2:
Features: cross-lease, 495m² m²,  bedrooms,
Outgoings: rates $/year including gst; body corp levy $/year
Income assessment: $/week
Outcome: sold for $495,000
Agents: Lisa Smyth & Helen Byford


27 Falcon St, unit 2B:
Features: one bedroom, secure parking space
Outgoings: body corp levy $2518/year + $764/year for long-term maintenance fund
Income assessment: $475/week
Outcome: sold for $565,000
Agents: Chris Reeves

Isthmus west

Grey Lynn

45 Millais St:
Features: 3 flats in bungalow, one of 2 bedrooms, 2 of one bedroom
Outcome: sold for $1.5 million
Agents: Blair Haddow


80 Carlton St:
Features: cross-lease, 1034m², 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, balcony, 3 parking spaces
Outcome: passed in
Agents: Chris Reeves


Whangaparaoa, Matakatia

64A Matakatia Parade:
Features: cross-lease, half share in 822m², beachfront, 4 bedrooms, office, 2 bathrooms
Outcome: passed in at $1.01 million
Agents: Sue & Charles Donoghue



158 Hellyer Rd:
Features: 400ha farm
Outcome: passed in at $4.2 million, sold post-auction for $5 million
Agents: Karen Asquith & Graeme Mann

Attribution: Auction.

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Weiti site & 2 northern consented subdivisions sold

88.5ha of the former Weiti station at Redvale and 2 consented residential subdivision sites at Kaukapakapa & Orewa have been sold in the latest sales report from Bayleys (which would have appeared earlier if I hadn’t lost it somewhere between the space bar & the mouse).




The Hub, Molesworth Drive:
Features: 1381m2 commercial building, ground-floor retail & offices above, constructed in 2 stages in 2006 & 2008 on 4824m2, 42 parking spaces; 12 of the 14 tenancies are leased, with Kaipara District Council the anchor tenant
Outcome: sold for $2.9 million
Agent: Duncan Napier



Orchard Park, Corinthian Retail Centre, 14 Corinthian Drive, unit 12B:
Features: 149m² site – retail 85m², front yard 38m², rear yard 26m², shared parking
Outcome: sold in October for $715,000 + gst
Agents: Eddie Zhong, Michael Block & Damian Stephen

27-29 William Pickering Drive, unit B1:
Features: 155m² office, 4 parking spaces
Rent: $38,152/year net
Outcome: sold in October for $440,000 + gst at $2838/m² land & building on an 8.6% yield
Agents: Ranjan Unka, Tonia Robertson & Deep Purohit


46 Maire Rd:
Features: 2ha with resource consent for a 46-lot residential subdivision
Outcome: sold for $5.25 million at $262.50/m2
Agent: Stephen Scott


Part of the former Weiti station, 1575-1595 East Coast Rd:
Features: 88.5ha of bare land
Outcome: sold for $8.8 million at $99,424/ha
Agents: Brian Caldwell, Ranjan Unka & Daryl Devereux


30 Anvil Rd:
Features: 1705m² industrial site, 11 parking spaces
Rent: $115,000/year + gst + opex
Outcome: sold in October for $1.18 million + gst
Agents: Rosemary Wakeman


43 Anzac St:
Features: 21-unit Anzac Court Motel complex with 3-bedroom manager’s home on 1677m2
Outcome: sold post-auction as a freehold going concern for $3.79 million
Agents: Shiona Dyer & Paul Dixon

Wairau Valley

84-90 Hillside Rd, unit E:
Features: 510.1m² building – warehouse 273.3m², office 128.7m², mezzanine 10.1m², shared parking
Outcome: sold in October for $581,000 + gst at $1139/m² land & building
Agents: Trevor Duffin & Laurie Burt

42-44 Porana Rd, unit C:
Features: 560m² industrial building – 420m² warehouse, 140m² office, 7 parking spaces
Outcome: sold in October for $950,000 + gst at $1696/m² land & building
Agents: Ranjan Unka & Trevor Duffin



34 Peak Rd:
Features: 10ha in 2 titles with consents in place for a 51-lot residential subdivision
Outcome: sold for $3.6 million at $36/m2
Agent: Stephen Scott


4 Shamrock Drive:
Features: 300m2 of office space
Outcome: sold vacant for $635,000
Agent: Grant Miller


2-10 Triangle Rd, unit 2:
Features: 527m2 retail property forming part of a retail development, fully-leased to Mad Butcher franchise, which has occupied premises for 8 years and has a further right of renewal of 5 years
Outcome:  sold for $1.05 million at a 9.15% yield
Agent: Damien Bullick

New Ly

3029 Great North Rd: 
Features: 868m2 unit in modern building opposite Lynmall, previously occupied by ANZ Bank, quality fitout, high seismic rating, onsite parking
Outcome:  bought by an owner occupier for $4.08 million at $4700/m², for use as office
Agents: Mike Adams, Grant Miller, William Coates & James Appleby



Queen St valley

55-57 High St, shop 1A:
Features: 44m² shop
Rent: leased in October at $22,000/year + gst + opex at $500/m²
Agents: Terry Kim

Attribution: Agency release.

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Proposal to grow Kaukapakapa village

Published 7 November 2011

Jurisdiction: Auckland Council

Neighbourhood: Kaukapakapa

Applicant: Kaipara Group Ltd (David Brown, Warkworth)

Application detail: 1079 Kaipara Coast Highway, multiple resource consents for the construction of the Kaukapakapa Village Centre, a mixed commercial centre including a service station, restaurant, supermarket, shops, offices & commercial premises & live-work units on 4.45ha site

Notification date: 3 November

Submission closure date: Wednesday 30 November

Other details: All consents required have been bundled and overall, the application is deemed to be a non-complying activity.

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Attribution: Council notice, story written by Bob Dey for the Bob Dey Property Report.

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Kaukapakapa structure plan out for consultation

Published 13 June 2010

The Rodney District Council has adopted the draft Kaukapakapa structure plan for public consultation. Submissions close on Monday 19 July.


Project manager James Copley said background research had identified that the existing north & south villages reached their development capacity some years ago and there were no opportunities for further growth within the villages under the existing rules. The Planning Rodney document had identified Kaukapakapa as a town under pressure in 2008.


“The draft structure plan sets out the development strategy for Kaukapakapa, and provides for an appropriate level of future growth, both in the villages & the surrounding countryside. The development strategy is influenced by key physical constraints such as topography & hydrology, as well as the aspirations of the Kaukapakapa residents to retain the village look & feel of the existing town while improving linkages and providing directions for long-term potential development.”


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Attribution: Council release, story written by Bob Dey for the Bob Dey Property Report.

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