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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A5 | September 15, 2013 |

Davis (95616)

245 Aurora Ave.     $396,000

801 Oeste Dr.     426,000

806 11th St.     450,000

946 K St.     496,000

1024 Fifth St.     510,000

738 Mulberry Ln.     575,000

1306 W. Eighth St.     633,000

422 Merganser Pl.     686,000

Davis (95618)

1171 Greene Ter.     $215,000

2725 Loyola Dr.     366,000

3647 El Segundo Ave.     399,000

3671 El Segundo Ave.     454,000

3646 Santo Ter.     465,000

1818 Raintree Pl.     485,000

2937 Lillard Dr. 39     505,000

3640 Santo Ter.     530,000

2701 5th St.     549,000

803 Mace Blvd.     616,000

431 Roos St.     895,000

Woodland (95695)

5 Gibson Rd.     $131,000

52 5th St.     190,000

608 College St.     195,000

509 Truckee Way     220,000

37110 Hwy. 16     283,000

Woodland (95776)

1378 Leo Way     $122,500

2735 Nicolson Cir.     282,000

1601 Gillette Dr.     309,000

971 Witham Dr.     320,000

2374 Ortiz Ave.     345,000

2206 Armus St.     360,000

2358 Delgado Pl.     380,000

1355 Hadley Dr.     407,500

West Sacramento (95691)

603 Sutter Ave.     $60,000

607 Sutter Ave.     60,000

2004 Manzanita Way     110,000

2008 Maryland Ct.     123,000

1911 Carolina Ave.     124,500

2320 Kinsington St.     135,000

340 Bridge Pl. 11     135,000

1903 Carolina Ave.     146,000

2912 Summerfield Dr.     213,000

2590 Tapley Rd.     218,000

3269 Tacoma Narrows St.     220,000

3815 Solomon Island Rd.     287,000

2830 Rogue River Cir.     335,000

3105 Ryer Isl St.     320,000

2870 Rogue River Cir.     335,000

3265 Browns Island Ct.     352,000

2721 Hampton St.     365,000

3725 Silverwood Rd.     375,000

Broderick (95604)

613 Cummins Way     93,500

632 Short St.     110,000

825 Fremont Blvd.     172,000

1377 Somerset Dr.     215,000

910 Rivercrest Dr.     800,000

 

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