Sunday, March 1, 2015
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Yolo real estate sales

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From page A8 | November 25, 2012 |

Davis (95616)

3413 Seabright Ave.    $321,000

1507 Joshua Tree St.    520,000

1102 Cornell Dr.    525,000

513 Fillmore Ct.    550,000

Davis (95618)

3037 Bryant Pl.    $260,000

2817 Albany Ave.    328,500

3511 Koso St.    398,000

2328 Caravaggio Dr.    453,000

4208 Mahogany Ln.    654,000

Winters

102 Almond Dr.    $150,000

204 E. Main St.    235,500

Woodland (95695)

249 Pearl Ct.    $150,000

1726 Amador Way    154,000

256 Cole Ct.    175,000

417 W. El Dorado Dr.    265,000

610 4th St.    272,000

531 3rd St.    283,000

34009 Mallard St.    372,500

36936 County Road 21    428,000

Woodland (95776)

913 Towse Pl.    $125,000

1209 Carriage Dr.    172,000

2587 Allen Cir.    198,000

1800 Miekle Ave.    255,000

1799 Rominger St.    269,500

1020 Mezger Dr.    291,000

1780 Rominger St.    343,000

18 Eaton Ct.    345,000

1311 Newton Dr.    356,500

West Sacramento

21 13th St.    $95,000

1910 Pennsylvania Ave.    165,000

3992 Tule St.    192,000

3420 Coyote Rd.    210,000

2491 Roaring Creek St.    222,000

3135 Poppy St.    240,000

3350 Jamaica St.    250,000

2480 San Marco St. 3    250,655

3541 Silverwood Rd.    255,000

1495 Limewood Rd.    259,000

826 Brass Ct.    260,000

1794 Chinook Rd.    267,200

831 Brass Ct.    273,500

830 Brass Ct.    277,000

2587 Gold Hill St.    329,500

3302 Malcolm Island St.    311,500

2595 Gold Hill St.    329,500

3745 Castaic Ct.    340,000

3638 Dorena Pl.    342,500

Broderick

1321 May St.     $155,000

36543 S. School St.    194,000

52500 Clarksburg Rd.    413,000

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