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Yolo County real estate sales

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Davis (95616)

1806 Astoria St.     $318,000

2738 Feather Pl.     400,000

1130 L St.     401,500

2724 Eel Pl.     445,000

1308 B St.     447,000

837 Lake Terrace Cir.     455,000

508 F St.     475,000

632 Cordova Pl.     550,000

404  Fiesta Ave.     552,000

1810 White Sands Ln.     554,000

834 Miller Dr.     839,000

Davis (95618)

1818 Moore Blvd. 231     $266,500

4032 Alegre Way     633,000

Woodland (95695)

44 W. Elliot St. 45     $99,000

33 Antelope St.     195,000

1313 Fremont St.     205,000

1221 Ashley Ave.     325,000

33364 Goldeneye St.     345,000

33539 Wildwing Dr.     375,000

18279 Gadwall St.     575,500

Woodland (95776)

595 Matmor Rd.     $50,000

1373 Echo Pl.     170,000

609 Tafoya Dr.     185,000

905 Saddle Pl.     195,000

1012 Guerrero Ln.     218,500

763 Elston Way     308,000

1856 Gable Dr.     310,000

2382 Ackley Pl.     318,000

Winters

618 1st St.     $155,000

West Sacramento

1921 Park Blvd.     $62,000

1816 Evergreen Ave.     72,000

2001 Crown Ave.     95,000

1156 Longcroft St.     95,454

3268 Browns Island Ct.     270,000

3281 Aruba St.     277,500

3562 Cooper Island Rd.     300,000

3566 Saint John Rd.     345,000

3700 Huntington Rd.     355,000

2969 Mojave Dr.     395,000

Esparto

25987 Duncan Dr.     $195,000

16785 Gable Dr.     200,000

Broderick

640 Kegle Dr.     $130,00

1126 Hobson Ave.     169,000

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