Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's Pt Chevalier home has increased in value by $350,000 in three years.

The 37-year-old is one of several notable Auckland homeowners whose properties have soared in price, revealed today in the council's new valuations.

Her house - co-owned by partner Clarke Gayford - increased by $350,000 from $770,000 to $1.12 million, a gain of 46 per cent, between 2014 and 2017.

By comparison, her prime ministerial salary, revealed last month, is $493,655, including an allowance.

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Her salary was $312,987 when she was the leader of the Opposition, meaning she has added $180,668 with the new role - a gain of 58 per cent.

Her salary when a Member of Parliament was $160,024.

The valuation of the Clevedon home of former Labour Party leader and now Auckland Mayor Phil Goff increased.

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff with wife Mary on their Clevedon farm. Photo / Natalie Slade
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff with wife Mary on their Clevedon farm. Photo / Natalie Slade

In 2014, it was worth $1.45m. Its latest valuation is $1.85m.

Former Team NZ sailor Dean Barker and Oracle skipper Jimmy Spithill may have missed out on winning the America's Cup this year, but they did not miss out on their property valuations increasing.

Barker's Omaha holiday home increased 15 per cent from 2014, while Spithill managed to get another leg over Barker. His Herne Bay house increased 46 per cent from its previous valuation.

Another big rise was the mansion formerly rented by Kim Dotcom in Coatesville. It boasted an increase of 40 per cent with its new $33m valuation.

Businessman Deyi Shi bought his Orakei home - previously owned by former Hanover Finance director Mark Hotchin - for $39m in 2013, which was also its valuation in 2014. In the latest valuation, it has risen to $46m.

Former Hanover boss Mark Hotchin home in Paritai Drive now owned by businessman Deyi Shi. Photo / Greg Bowker
Former Hanover boss Mark Hotchin home in Paritai Drive now owned by businessman Deyi Shi. Photo / Greg Bowker

Auckland's most expensive house sale this year, a Takapuna waterfront mansion, notched an 85 per cent increase.

19 O'Neills Ave, Takapuna sold for over $28million. Photo / Doug Sherring
19 O'Neills Ave, Takapuna sold for over $28million. Photo / Doug Sherring

The 4396sq m property sold for $28.888m this winter. One of its former owners, Sky Television founder Craig Heatley, paid only $2.5m for it in 1991.

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Jacinda Ardern: Point Chevalier

2014:

$770,000

2017:

$1,120,000

Valuation difference:

46% increase

Phil Goff: Clevedon

2014:

$1,450,000

2017:

$1,850,000

Valuation difference:

27% increase

Dean Barker: Omaha

2014:

$2,675,000

2017:

$3,100,000

Valuation difference:

15% increase

Jimmy Spithill: Herne Bay

2014:

$5,600,000

2017:

$8,200,000

Valuation difference:

46% increase

Dotcom's former mansion: Coatesville

2014:

$23,550,000

2017:

$33,000,000

Valuation difference:

40% increase

Deyi Shi: Orakei

2014:

$39,000,000

2017:

$46,000,000

Valuation difference:

17% increase

2015's most expensive home: Herne Bay

2014:

$16,000,000

2017:

$25,000,000

Valuation difference:

56% increase

2017's most expensive home: Takapuna

2014:

$15,405,000

2017:

$28,500,000

Valuation difference:

85% increase

This article has been edited to correct an error. An earlier version reported Phil Goff's home had dropped in valuation.