Sunday, November 23, 2014
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A7 | August 04, 2013 |

Davis (95616)

909 Alvarado Ave. 18     $165,000

2147 Bella Casa St.     255,000

3010 Woods Cir.     327,500

720 Barcelona Ave.     370,000

524 Anderson Rd.     383,000

229 E. 8th St.     444,000

507 Alvarado Ave.     455,000

934 K St.     521,000

656 Diego Pl.     590,000

2312 Anza Ave.     610,000

808 Villanova Dr.     640,000

210 E. 8th St.     692,000

505 Coolidge Ct.     929,000

39720 Morning Dove Pl.     1,550,000

Davis (95618)

1913 Donner Ave. 2     $170,000

5093 Veranda Ter.     240,000

1718 Denison Dr.     335,000

2466 Halsey Cir.     340,000

3708 Chiles Rd.     365,000

2631 Blackburn Dr.     385,000

4471 Sunrise Ct.     399,000

1927 Alicante St.     412,000

2952 Grinnel Dr.     425,000

1435 Farragut Cir.     430,000

2808 Layton Dr.     441,000

2910 Albany Ave. 12     460,000

1359 Via Colonna Ter.     462,000

847 San Rafael St.     475,000

1536 Monarch Ln.     475,000

1012 Bendita Ct.     536,000

3738 Alegre Way     599,000

5250 Cowell Blvd.     627,000

4318 Vistosa St.     653,000

2223 Bearden St.     750,000

44467 S. El Macero Dr.     1,150,000

Winters

125 Riverview Ct.     $298,500

28187 Encina Dr.     422,000

Woodland (95695)

914 6th St.     180,000

10 Dawn Dr.     203,000

1723 Ashley Ave.     215,000

222 Woodland Ave.     228,300

349 Porter St.     229,000

504 Walnut St.     235,000

1003 Pendegast St.     235,000

447 Bartlett Ave.     250,000

760 W. Cross St.     263,000

809 W. Lincoln Ave.     285,000

1309 Spruce Dr.     299,000

1510 Saratoga Dr.     325,000

646 Placer Dr.     327,000

19491 County Road 95a     335,000

705 Marshall Ave.     360,000

18123 Wood Duck St.     365,000

403 Los Robles Way     369,000

18249 Gadwall St.     413,500

315 Bartlett Ave.     415,000

813 Farrell Pl.     425,000

18041 Blue Winged Ct.     435,000

19723 County Road 94a     475,500

Woodland (95776)

1443 Willow Springs Dr.     $190,000

1950 Vaca Ct.     295,000

1791 Mezger Dr.     337,500

2209 Armus St.     342,000

1612 Flores     356,500

Esparto

17075 Grafton St.     $75,000

West Sacramento

206 Touchstone Pl.     $135,000

2390 San Marco St. 1     182,00

2544 Lagoon Ln.     200,000

3986 Prosser St.     230,000

3150 Merrit Island Ct.     235,000

3415 China Hat Island Rd.     260,000

2870 Higgins Rd.     265,000

856 Silicon Ct.     275,500

3062 Nancy Ln.     280,000

2978 Mojave Dr.     386,000

1763 Princeton Rd.     399,000

3755 Graham Island Rd.     408,500

3254 Malcolm Island St.     420,000

3740 Castaic Ct.     530,000

Broderick

1122 Drew St.     $137,100

1028 Charles St.     172,500

279 Westlake Dr.     412,000

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