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County real estate sales

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May 20, 2011 |

Address     Sale price

Davis (95616)

70 College Park     $184,000

2002 Alta Loma St.     198,000

103 Huerta Pl.     270,000

873 Lake Terrace Cir.     451,000

610 Buchanan St.     559,000

Davis (95618)

1901 Donner Ave., 4     $145,000

2433 Albany Ave.     360,000

3715 Alegre Way     375,000

1131 Colina Ct.     452,500

1801 Botticelly Pl.     500,000

Woodland (95695)

1726 Tehama Dr.     $173,000

13 Wisconsin Ave.     185,000

1032 Lexington Way     213,000

19 Pershing Ave.     265,000

11 Hays St.     310,000

1 Toyon Dr.     316,000

33329 Pintail St.     376,000

102 Marshall Ave.     490,000

Woodland (95776)

2101 Promenade Dr.     367,000

Winters (95694)

202 Mermod Rd.     $137,000

208 Maple Ln.     195,000

West Sacramento (95691)

1601 Park Blvd.     $150,000

3656 Bali Pl.     211,000

824 Bronze Ln.     242,000

3565 Saint John Rd.     257,000

3875 Eagle St.     375,000

Broderick (95605)

829 Elm St.     $115,000

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