Wednesday, September 17, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A11 | July 07, 2013 |

Davis (95616)

1330 Antelope Ave., 14     $259,000

1818 Haussler Dr.     333,500

602 Hudson St.     348,000

901 Pamplona Ave.     560,000

537 I St.     619,000

1512 Willow Ln.     635,000

1020 Vassar Dr.     766,000

612 Flicker Ave.     788,000

Davis (95618)

3671 Nido Ter.     $311,000

1912 Manet Pl.     369,000

3024 Campbell Pl.     420,000

1340 Via Colonna Ter.     435,500

2007 Bearden St.     675,000

5303 Rogers St.     785,000

16567 Cleveland St.     165,000

Woodland (95695)

315 N. Cottonwood St., 8     $115,000

745 6th St.     150,000

8 W. Southwood Dr.     198,000

239 Cascade St.     218,000

25 North St.     225,000

1355 Cottonwood St.     232,000

27 West St.     248,500

750 3rd St.     435,000

18240 Mallard St.     495,915

Woodland (95776)

1340 Tyler Ct.     $212,00o

1549 Owens Valley Dr.     225,500

1920 Morris Cir.     253,000

1008 Mezger Dr.     289,000

1979 Fisher Ln.     303,500

1830 Mezger Dr.     324,500

1351 Hadley Dr.     344,500

2133 Holman St.     347,000

2117 Ragen Pl.     390,000

Winters (95694)

1117 McArthur Ave.     $219,000

West Sacramento (95691)

419 Lilac Ln.     $121,000

2563 Huckleberry Cir.     160,000

1913 Michigan Blvd.     185,000

1380 Milano Dr., 4     191,000

3158 Catalina Island Rd.     235,000

4002 Martis St.     255,000

857 Silicon Ct.     271,500

3510 Peter Island Rd.     285,000

796 Ore Ct.     315,000

3571 Saint John Rd.     332,500

Lake Washington Blvd.     378,500

Broderick (95605)

732 Yolo St.     100,000

640 James St.     124,000

1001 Pierce St.     142,000

711 Fountain Dr.     460,000

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