Friday, September 19, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A11 | July 14, 2013 |

Davis (95616)

1115 Halifax Ave.     $301,000

507 K St.     549,000

1807 Glenn Pl.     955,000

Davis (95618)

1820 Palm Pl.     $425,000

4406 El Macero Dr.     562,000

813 Mesquite Dr.     570,000

27490 Oakside Dr.     675,000

27474 Oakside Dr.     710,000

5328 Rogers St.     727,000

West Sacramento

3416     Greenmeadow Ave.     $128,000

411 Safflower Pl.     132,000

1912 Manzanita Way     170,000

1835 Pennsylvania Ave.     186,000

844 Copper Ln.     192,500

4355 Gregory Ave.     210,000

2828 Crested St.     245,000

860 Silicon Ct.     274,500

3974 Martis St.     294,000

3189 Mare Island Ct.     295,500

3305 Aruba St.     303,000

3324 San Salvador St.     328,000

2504 Meadowlark Cir.     350,000

3895 Prosser St.     354,500

3805 Silverwood Rd.     385,000

3475 Hilary Ave.     476,500

1265 Linden Rd.     625,000

Broderick

1013 Rich St.     $170,000

Winters

433 Main St.     $240,000

Woodland (95695)

926 Clover St.     $135,400

161 Park Ave.     150,100

135 N. Walnut St.     165,000

269 Pheasant Ct.     246,000

1216 California St.     261,000

406 Mallard Dr.     318,000

631 1st St.     340,000

215 Cypress Dr.     430,000

Woodland (95776)

1391b E. Oak Ave.     $160,000

1413 Irene Dr.     220,000

1547 Paradise Valley Dr.     223,000

2659 Ortiz Ave.     291,000

2355 Aguilar Pl.     306,000

1708 Hoffman St.     330,000

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News

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Forum

Tom Meyer cartoon

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Return to previous plan

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6

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Sports

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Features

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Business

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Obituaries

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Comics

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