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

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From page A11 | August 18, 2013 |

Davis (95616)

2206 Amar Ct.     $349,500

119 Huerta Pl.     351,000

402 E. 14th St.     400,000

2820 Tiber Ave.     440,000

1843 White Sands Ln.     576,000

218 Guaymas Pl.     592,000

747 Elmwood Dr.     629,000

717 Oak Ave.     635,000

715 Malaga Ave.     829,000

Davis (95618)

2337 Roualt St.     $381,000

1932 Picasso Ave.     460,000

2815 Montgomery Ave.     719,000

Esparto

16683 Omega St.     $175,000

West Sacramento

1600 Michigan Blvd.     $145,000

840 Copper Ln.     170,000

2672 Summerfield Dr.     197,000

2813 Pintail Ct.     198,000

3135 Gladys Ave.     201,000

1924 Vermont Ave.     215,000

1822 Sierra Rd.     286,500

3775 Graham Island Rd.     286,500

1828 Sierra Rd.     299,000

4060 Tahoe St.     330,000

3412 Bridgeway Lakes Dr.     360,000

1656 Lemontree Rd.     378,000

Winters

309 Rosa Ave.     $85,000

5 Betty Ct.     268,000

220 Toyon Ln.     283,000

Woodland (95695)

50 W. Elliot St. 50     $143,500

713 W. Southwood Dr.     200,000

287 Yosemite Pl.     260,000

164 Clover St.     268,000

126 Marshall Ave.     335,000

18021 Ruddy St.     365,000

867 Tufts Ct.     375,000

17985 Ruddy St.     425,000

707 Fairview Dr.     429,000

Woodland (95776)

1971 Hawkins Ct.     $191,000

1635 Nicolson Cir.     218,000

1020 Powers Cir.     300,000

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