An award-winning three-level warehouse conversion in a small commercial area of Grey Lynn is one of the most amazing residences Barfoot & Thompson agent Carl Madsen reckons he has marketed.
A gracious Arts and Crafts villa just around the corner from one of Auckland’s most expensive streets sold at auction this week for $2.25 million.
At well over $2 million, it could be New Zealand's most expensive bach - but the glorious untouched headland it sits on makes it worth the hefty price tag.
Carl Madsen describes himself as an accidental real estate agent. He decided to give the industry a try because he wanted a job that gave him the flexibility to travel overseas...
It is also the second biggest sale for all of New Zealand so far this year
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There is a glamorous Hollywood movie-set quality to the substantial home hidden in leafy Herne Bay...
To take a wander with Pat White through the St Marys Bay house she and her late husband Tony created, is to take a trip through old Auckland.
“I’m pretty low key as a person, really,” he adds. “I’m not looking for ‘rock star’ status. Real estate agents tend to have some pretty high profiles around here.
Nearly 20 years ago, Gina Wing strolled down Georgina St, glanced at this angular house and thought, "I bet that home would be really interesting inside".