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Hastings’ most expensive house sold for $1.6m, now used to house three people for Oranga Tamariki

Turley & Co contributions …

The most expensive residential house in Hastings city last year was purchased by the Crown for $1.6 million and is being used to house three teenagers in Oranga Tamariki care.

The Crown also purchased an adjoining vacant property for $700,000.

Sales data provided by property analysts Turley & Co revealed it was the largest price paid for a house in the city of Hastings, where the average price for a residential house was $784,000.

Turley & Co was a property data analytics contributor to the Stuff story:

22 02 17 | Stuff | Hastings’ most expensive house sold for $1.6million, now used to house three people for Oranga Tamariki

 

 

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