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New Zealand's Most Expensive Streets

11th Oct 17

Homes.co.nz has put together a list of New Zealand's most expensive streets to buy a property in, and not surprisingly, the priciest place to purchase is Herne Bay in Auckland.

Cremorne Street has an estimated median value of $6.554 million!  That's an increase of just under 9% on last year, up from $6.014 million.

Believe it or not, in the last year, those living in Cremorne Street have netted capital gains of around $500,000 - Even with the slow-down in the market, quality homes are still very much sought after.

Cremorne Street, Herne Bay

 

Wondering what streets in Hamilton have the top prices?

Kotahi Avenue, Beerescourt    $1.410 million   
   
River Oaks Place, Pukete    $1.224 million   
   
Durham Heights, Flagstaff    $1.137 million   
   
San Clemento Way, Rototuna    $1.065 million   
   
Karl Michael Crescent, Flagstaff    $1.058 million

 

 

To read more of the article written by Susan Edmunds, containing the top seven cities with New Zealand's most expensive streets and more information from Homes.co.nz, click here to visit the Stuff website.

 

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