Thursday, August 28, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A8 | November 11, 2012 |

Davis (95616)

546 L St.     $285,000

1832 Point Reyes Pl.     465,000

821 A St.     530,000

1212 Beech Ln.     543,000

3307 Grosbeak Ct.     575,000

3110 Shelter Cove Pl.     1,374,000

Davis (95618)

1323 Cottonwood Dr.     $230,000

3010 Albany Ave.     277,000

861 San Rafael St.     450,000

2622 Grambling Ct.     551,000

4333 Mahogany Ln.     726,000

3716 Washoe St.     980,000

Woodland (95695)

421 West St.     80,000

1014 Gum Ave.     100,000

216 Redwood Dr.     104,000

172 3rd St.     125,000

53 Olive Way     150,000

741 Meadowood Ct.     160,000

23 Court St. 25     175,000

227 Gibson Rd.     188,000

436 Abbey Pl.     190,000

703 Donner Way     235,000

716 Placer Dr.     325,000

226 Casa Linda Dr.     348,000

18237 Gadwall St.     350,000

17280 County Road 97     350,000

18535 County Road 97     407,000

Woodland (95776)

820 Atwell Cir.     203,000

673 Bourn Dr.     230,000

1004 Duncan Cir.     245,000

2001 Sander St.     260,000

868 Walker St.     303,000

3682 County Road 89a     186,000

Winters

1001 Hoover St.     $185,000

212 Blue Oak Ln.     216,500

West Sacramento

2480 Genova St. 5     $108,000

1262 Milano Dr. 1     125,000

1275 Milano Dr. 7     125,000

2420 San Marco St. 4     128,000

1518 Alabama Ave.     154,000

827 Gold Ln.     170,000

3330 Southerland Rd.     185,500

3174 Suisun Bay Rd.     190,000

2973 Carmel Ct.     195,000

2375 Snowberry Cir.     195,000

883 Graphite Ln.     242,5000

1484 Barona St.     269,000

3742 Abaco Rd.     275,000

3260 Pillsbury Rd.     283,500

3719 Abaco Rd.     291,000

3205 Jefferson Blvd.     304,500

3885 Eagle St.     310,500

3028 Rumsey St.     332,500

3680 Bass St.     337,000

Broderick

617 Andrew St.     $150,000

Esparto

17145 Fremont St.     $99,500

16800 Sebastian Way     152,000

25754 Stephens St.     190,000

 

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