Thursday, April 24, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Yolo County real estate sales

Davis (95616)

3401 Bermuda Ave. 23     $217,500

1137 Halifax Ave. 39     495,000

433 I St.     495,000

2501 Corona Dr.     601,000

824 Harrier Pl.     899,000

Davis (95618)

1713 Magnolia Pl.     $325,000

1708 Chapman Pl.     $335,000

2748 Blackburn Dr.     440,500

4109 Vistosa St.     603,000

2046 Klee Pl.     685,000

1803 Oceano Way     1,430,000

Woodland (95695)

126 N. Cleveland St.     $126,500

36444 State Highway 16     130,000

361 El Capitan Dr.     137,000

551 Elm St.     199,500

62 2nd St.     212,500

923 Purdue Dr.     225,000

1 Alder Ct.     235,000

301 Pinnacles Dr.     260,000

757 Heather Ln.     270,000

243 Arlington Cir.     275,000

1080 Shiloh Ct.     279,000

920 Ambort Ct.     341,000

36495 County Road 24     524,500

Woodland (95776)

1386 Garfield Pl.     $169,000

1565 Owens Valley Dr.     185,000

1384 Garfield Pl.     197,000

1979 Huston Cir.     220,000

1446 Coolidge Dr.     332,000

966 Oliver Ct.     374,500

Winters

105 Abbey St.     $249,500

706 Foxglove Cir.     332,000

West Sacramento

610 Walnut St.     $108,500

1724 Merced Way     180,000

3094 Fiji Isl. St.     215,000

3310 Santa Cruz Rd.     286,000

2935 Kathy Cir.     290,000

1502 Limewood Rd.     300,000

3174 Hopland St.     342,000

1733 Klamath Rd.     350,000

3842 Berryessa Pl.     440,000

Broderick

641 Andrew St.     $131,000

251 McDowell Ln.     265,000

Esparto

22871 County Road 23     $200,000

25797 Marsh Ct.     233,000

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