Tuesday, May 5, 2015
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A11 | November 24, 2013 |

Davis (95616)

26341 County Road 96     $100,000

2314 Amapola Dr. 12     405,000

821 9th St.     459,000

717 7th St.     479,000

617 Radcliffe Dr. 619     514,500

644 Miller Dr.     525,000

1101 Eagle Pl.     600,000

402 I St.     765,500

Davis (95618)

3175 Newport Ter.     $279,000

2492 Halsey Cir.     305,000

3667 Verona Ter.     468,000

2633 Belmont Dr.     472,000

3634 Ramita Ter.     499,000

3662 Verona Ter.     504,000

3064 Prado Ln.     683,000

4318 Almond Ln.    840,000

5508 Cowell Blvd.     922,000

Woodland (95695)

758 W Lincoln Ave. 108     $83,000

1122 McKinley Ave.     184,000

539 3rd St.    291,000

421 W El Dorado Dr.     309,000

729 Cleveland St.     320,000

Woodland (95776)

1325 Monroe Ct.    $230,000

700 Barbara Way     230,000

2787 Ortiz Pl.     325,500

46 Collins Pl.     400,000

1339 Hadley Dr.    450,000

West Sacramento (95691)

833 Marigold St.     $120,000

2004 Alabama Ct.    135,000

1804 Willow Ave.     160,000

840 Bronze Ln.     170,000

404 11th St.     177,500

3613 Palomar Ave.     189,000

1036 Jefferson Blvd.     190,000

612 Walnut St.     225,000

1808 Spokane Rd.     245,000

3135 Stable Dr.     290,000

3301 Treasure Island Rd.     313,000

833 Boron Ct.     325,000

3268 San Salvador St.     370,000

2867 Glenwood Dr.     421,000

3900 Eagle St.     448,000

3855 Big Bear St.     510,000

Broderick (95604)

841 Greenwood Ave.     $98,000

831 Greenwood Ave.     142,500

142 4th St.     240,000

Winters (95694)

35 E Main St.     $176,000

33 E Main St.     190,000

320 Niemann St.     396,500

Clarksburg (95612)

36526 S Center St.     $375,000

S River Rd.     375,000

36608 S Center St.     405,000

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