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Yolo County real estate sales

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Davis (95616)

433 Encina Ave.     $511,000

312 Del Oro Ave.     565,000

2235 Butte Pl.     599,000

1825 Glenn Pl.     960,000

1312 Drake Dr.     1,050,000

1322 Drake Dr.     1,050,000

Davis (95618)

809 La Coruno St.     $335,000

2520 Albany Ave.     415,000

1119 Los Robles St.     788,000

Woodland (95695)

18 N. Grand Ave.     $185,000

608 College St. 10     190,000

1037 Arlington Cir.     203,500

659 5th St.     240,000

314 Cross St.     385,000

Woodland (95776)

1884 Blowers Dr.     $162,000

1421 Towse Dr.     185,000

8 Joyce Ct.     231,000

787 Elston Way     253,000

1330 Newton Dr.     328,500

West Sacramento

3799 Jefferson Blvd.     $130,000

1925 Pennsylvania Ave.     155,000

2013 Proctor Ave.     159,000

1320 Riva Dr. 3     162,000

1704 Virginia Ave.     172,500

1564 Union Square Rd.     205,000

2377 Portola St.     225,000

1514 Columbus Rd.     247,500

3331 San Vicente Rd.     250,000

845 Zinc Ct.     280,500

841 Zinc Ct.     295,500

2966 Mojave Dr.     322,000

3020 Mojave Dr.     325,000

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