Wednesday, December 17, 2014
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A13 | February 17, 2013 |

Davis (95616)

1211 Halifax Ave.     $338,000

846 Linden Ln.     350,000

710 Hudson st.     385,000

1208 Auburn Dr.     415,000

Davis (95618)

3633 Cubre Ter.     $392,500

1712 Valdora St.     432,000

5212 Hamel St.     450,000

44196 N. El Macero Dr.     550,000

28906 Archer St.     110,000

Woodland (95695)

1402 6th St.     $116,200

159 Bemmerly Way     187,500

917 Tufts Pl.     225,000

1314 Homewood Dr.     233,414

18384 Mandarin St.     400,000

Woodland (95776)

1305 Betty Ave.     $183,000

1447 Tyler Pl.     190,000

1538 Owens Valley Dr.     240,000

1824 Branigan Dr.     310,500

Winters

213 Creekside Way     $210,000

West Sacramento

1380 Milano Dr. 7     $125,000

3370 Coyote Rd.     250,000

3122 Bowen Isl. St.     264,000

884 Graphite Ln.     275,000

4045 Perris Ct.     279,000

3800 Millerton Pl.     288,000

3009 Rumsey St.     329,500

3745 Castaic Ct.     410,000

Broderick

751 Beardsley Dr.     $109,000

427 Anchor Ln. 207     114,000

608 Andrew St.     115,000

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