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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A13 | April 21, 2013 |

Davis (95616)

3215 Bermuda Ave. 16     $255,000

1628 Colusa Ave.     326,000

2958 Quail St.     327,000

644 Sunset Ct.     413,000

431 Del Oro Ave.     470,000

3410 Tanager Ave.     540,000

1118 Radcliffe Dr     680,000

35717 Lasiandra Ln.     699,000

Davis (95618)

2518 Loyola Dr.     $415,000

1633 Eligio Ln.     545,000

Woodland (95695)

1634 Archer Dr.     $172,000

909 Cottage Dr.     196,000

1123 3rd St.     230,000

117 Valle Vista Pl.     241,500

2 Cypress Dr.     250,000

913 California St.     390,000

55 Pershing Ave.     400,000

400 Los Robles Way     450,000

Woodland (95776)

1352 Colfax Dr.     $164,000

1426 Springcreek Dr.     178,000

2791 Liberty Ln.     195,000

2570 Allen Cir.     210,000

1349 Hughes St.     370,500

Winters

1002 Suffolk Ct.

West Sacramento (95691)

2692 Decker Way     $120,000

1364 Milano Dr. 7     146,000

3115 Hawaii Ct.     185,000

845 Tallium Ct.     260,500

844 Tallium Ct.     269,000

1815 Presidio Rd.     280,000

2483 Alturas Ct.     300,000

2807 Monte vista St.     315,000

2986 Rumsey Pl.     345,000

3348 Cayman Island St.     348,000

2825 Stable Dr.     400,000

Broderick

925 Cummins Way     $160,000

1002 Fountain Dr.     459,000

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