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Yolo County real estate sales

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Davis (95616)

1561 Drake Dr.     $262,000

2763 Eel Pl.     335,000

1720 Haussler Dr.     340,000

110 Huerta Pl.     400,000

3472 Oyster Bay Ave.     612,500

2312 Lassen Pl.     759,000

2620 Corona Dr.     785,000

Davis (95618)

1308 Nutmeg Ln.     $310,000

2714 Javier Pl.     368,000

1708 Albion Pl.     402,000

3659 Nido Ter.     463,000

3459 Koso St.     480,000

4908 Cowell Blvd.     489,000

2616 Grambling Ct.     493,000

2700 Concord Ave.     524,000

4021 Alegre Way     539,000

2613 Hepworth Dr.     650,000

2631 Regatta Ln.     923,000

Woodland (95695)

643 Knollwood Dr.     $98,500

1208 California St.     230,000

507 Greenwood Dr.     310,000

Woodland (95776)

1441 Washington Dr.     $147,500

1013 Guerrero Ln.     199,000

733 Crystal Springs Dr.     265,000

1802 Losoya Dr.     290,000

1336 Hughes St.     347,500

1331 Hadley Dr.     351,000

1324 Hughes St.     382,000

1327 Hadley Dr.     394,000

2695 County Road 88c     200,000

Winters

1006 Suffolk Ct.     $240,000

West Sacramento

330 Bridge Pl.     $108,000

2463 Torino St. 5     128,000

2990 Angel Ct.     165,000

3286 Southerland Rd.     211,000

1555 Coit Pl.     215,000

3148 Wake Island Ct.     249,000

2513 Starling Ln.     250,000

3180 Half Moon Bay Cir.     300,000

2642 Nautica Ct.     377,000

Broderick

948 Anna St.     $105,000

Esparto

16765 Gable Dr.     $225,000

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