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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A9 | October 20, 2013 |

Davis (95616)

536 Hudson Ct.     $342,000

1721 E. Eighth St. 27     594,000

Davis (95618)

1106 Greene Ter.     $290,000

1721 Albion Pl.     435,000

1106 Salamanca Ct.     700,000

5608 Hoag Pl.     816,500

Winters (95694)

21 E Abbey St.     $189,000

Woodland (95695)

58 Maryland Ave.     210,000

204 Mariposa St.     211,000

6 Plane Ave.     225,000

1 Orange St.     249,000

807 McKinley Ave.     250,000

517 W. El Dorado Dr.     270,000

309 W. Casa Linda Dr.     320,000

1124 W. Elm St.     545,000

Woodland (95776)

1378 Eaglerock Pl.     $119,000

1665 Brennen Dr.     170,100

737 Brookside Dr.     230,000

1843 Olvera Dr.     350,000

777 Laugenour Dr.     354,425

42 Roman Ct.     365,000

1735 Peart Ct.     419,500

West Sacramento (95691)

2640 Duet Dr.     $195,000

1580 Union Square Rd.    235,000

849 Bronze Ln.     280,000

3032 Twitchell Island Rd.     285,000

1724 Maryland Ave.     295,000

789 Gallium Ct.     303,500

793 Gallium Ct.     309,500

785 Gallium Ct.     317,500

3559 Mandura St.     320,000

2964 Rumsey St.     339,500

1600 Alamo Pl.     365,000

3312 Dominica St.     371,000

2989 Yurok Pl.     390,000

Guinda (95637)

7690 Folsom St.     $127,000

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