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Yolo County real estate sales

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Davis (95616)

1120 Harvard Dr.     $137,000

1607 L St.     365,000

341 W. Eighth St.     372,000

1313 Chestnut Ln.     380,000

1014 Burr St.     585,000

2232 Isle Royale Ln.     629,000

Davis (95618)

3105 Newport Ter.     $290,000

2490 Halsey Cir.     312,000

1318 Whittier Dr.     340,000

2850 Concord Ave.     354,000

3632 Cubre Ter.     451,000

44910 S. El Macero Dr.     1,741,500

Woodland (95695)

1319 Coloma Way     $135,000

205 Frost Dr.     142,000

103 Summerwood Dr.     145,000

621 Knollwood Dr.     155,000

625 West St.     187,000

505 Placer Dr.     199,500

1744 El Paseo Dr.     225,000

284 Quail Dr.     245,000

709 Harvard Bend Dr.     323,000

127 Bartlett Ave.     359,000

1617 Grenoble Dr.     365,000

Woodland (95776)

1443 Hoover Ct.     $201,000

1983 Stephens Ln.     205,000

2678 Shinn Pl.     250,000

1816 Branigan Dr.     307,000

1337 Hughes St.     344,000

1346 Newton Dr.     368,500

Winters

14 Grant Ave.     $100,000

1026 Kennedy Dr.     145,000

26090 County Road 34     787,500

West Sacramento

1630 Vermont Ave.     $130,000

2661 Brannan Way     170,000

1259 Milano Dr. 1     182,000

1570 Randolph Rd.     200,000

841 Tallium Ct.     255,000

1546 Cedarbrook Rd.     275,000

3155 Stable Dr.     280,000

1717 Sandypoint Rd.     308,000

2973 Carmel Ct.     325,000

1720 Quail Rd.     330,500

Esparto

26817 Woodland Ave.     $110,000

25966 Monroe St.     127,000

Broderick

1036 Rich St.     $106,200

360 C St.     165,000

956 Sharian St.     183,000

 

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