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County real estate sales

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Address     Sale Price

Davis (95616)

541 A St.     $455,000

Davis (95618)

1712 Fremont Ct., 3     $155,000

1459 Farragut Cir.     370,000

3407 Laguna Ave.     435,000

Woodland (95695)

323 Mariposa St.     $94,458

120 Cottonwood St.     109,049

1001 Shiloh Ct.     135,300

1618 Ashley Ave.     161,000

242 Pearl Ct.     172,500

1734 Amador Way     182,000

1005 Cottonwood St.     207,500

701 W. Southwood Dr.     247,000

18216 Harlequin Ct.     341,100

Woodland (95776)

1634 Allen Cir.     $145,000

1725 Lee Dr.     165,259

1350 E. Gum Ave.     172,000

649 Dodds Dr.     189,000

2101 Promenade Dr.     366,700

Winters (95694)

1117 McArthur Ave.     $75,000

620 Ivy Loop     284,000

714 Ivy Ct.     289,000

West Sacramento (95691)

355 Bridge Pl.     $100,000

317 Bridge Pl., 104     107,000

2932 Claudia Ct.     115,500

1284 Milano Dr., 4     127,000

1348 Milano Dr., 4     132,000

2590 Tapley Rd.     165,000

2347 Snowberry Cir.     165,000

2740 Hampton St.     167,000

3267 San Vicente Rd.     177,000

3372 Rivermont St.     210,000

3156 Stuart Island St.     225,000

797 Krypton Ct.     230,000

3026 Mojave Dr.     260,000

2488 Barona St.     260,000

2780 Rogue River Cir.     270,000

789 Dolomite Ct.     293,000

2609 Neptune Ct.     305,000

3390 Coyote Rd.     310,000

2985 Rumsey St.     310,000

2600 Neptune Ct.     336,000

Broderick (95605)

952 Cummins Way     $100,175

815 Stuart Ct.     124,000

433 Anchor Ln.     170,000

616 Watercolor Ln.     227,000

898 Lighthouse Dr.     275,000

52445 Netherlands Ave.     700,000

Enterprise staff

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