Friday, September 19, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A7 | January 27, 2013 |

Davis (95616)

1314 Colgate Dr.     $343,000

3304 Victoria Pl.     355,000

1912 Imperial Ave.     460,000

1807 Glenn Pl.     936,000

Davis (95618)

2357 Roualt St.     $172,000

3013 Lillard Dr.     272,716

3112 Albany Cir.     272,716

1616 Eligio Ln.     470,500

Woodland (95695)

513 Cottonwood St. C3     $85,000

118 Locust St. 120     155,000

159 W. Woodland Ave.     180,000

1211 Evergreen Ct.     245,000

1309 Harley Dr.     255,000

972 W. Cross St.     283,000

19941 Hillcrest Dr.     490,000

Woodland (95776)

1004 Mezger Dr.     $301,500

2157 Stewart Cir.     317,000

41070 County Road 18c     1,000,000

Winters

205 Blue Oak     190,000

311 Hampshire Ct.     193,200

711 Walnut Ln.     290,000

27492 Cr. 89     375,000

West Sacramento

2661 Brannan Way     $128,000

2635 Mandeville Way     180,000

3032 Mojave Dr.     271,500

3286 Cayman Island St.     293,300

1988 Sierra Rd.     324,500

Broderick

1023 Marston St.     $126,000

613 Arthur Dr.     175,000

3740 S. River Rd.     899,000

Esparto

26677 Grafton St.     $90,000

25799 Grafton St.     225,000

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News

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Forum

Educate homeless with dogs

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Sports

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