Tuesday, October 21, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A11 | October 28, 2012 |

Davis (95616)

1707 Olympic Dr. 24     $180,000

928 Chestnut Ln.     340,000

2700 Sycamore Ln.     355,000

2809 Danube Ave.     425,000

405 Scripps Dr.     485,000

714 Robin Pl.     705,000

625 Elmwood Dr.     915,000

Davis (95618)

1319 Cottonwood Dr.     $220,000

3025 Concord Pl.     370,000

2220 Concord Pl.     513,000

1638 La Paloma Ct.     530,000

4246 Arroyo Ave.     565,000

2732 Bonnard St.     580,000

5307 Marden Dr.     760,000

4509 Blue Oak Pl.     865,000

Woodland (95695)

455 Grand Ave.     $90,000

201 W. El Dorado Dr.     118,500

323 Valleywood Dr.     150,000

114 Coral Dr.     173,000

110 E. Keystone Ave.     232,500

976 W. Cross St.     240,000

801 Heather Pl.     310,000

915 Greenwood Dr.     315,000

18148 Gadwall St.     370,000

758 Aster Way     465,000

Woodland (95776)

808 Brookside Dr.     $130,000

2387 Galvin Way     155,000

1225 Camphor Dr.     167,000

1752 Farnham Ave.     215,000

1822 Hardy Dr.     245,000

1318 Newton Dr.     246,000

1788 Branigan Dr.     313,500

West Sacramento

1268 Milano Dr. 7     $106,500

2692 Decker Way     117,000

1605 Clarendon St.     150,000

2796 Crested St.     160,000

1941 Linden Rd.     168,500

3514 Cooper Island Rd.     195,000

3931 Prosser St.     205,000

4050 Martis St.     221,000

1618 Princeton Rd.     225,000

3039 Twitchell Island Rd.     234,500

3860 Silverwood Rd.     236,000

2996 Rumsey St.     270,500

1996 Sierra Rd.     301,000

3950 Antioch Ave.     305,000

3638 Dorena Pl.     310,000

2579 Gold Hill St.     339,500

3332 Aruba St.     375,000

Broderick

1205 Hobson Ave.     $110,000

532 Holland Dr.     140,000

1394 Somerset Dr.     152,000

583 Watercolor Ln.     264,500

52105 Willow Point Rd.     300,000

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