Friday, September 19, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A4 | January 19, 2014 |

Davis (95616)

1569 Drake Dr.     $249,000

916 Pennsylvania Pl.     351,000

2231 Shasta Dr.     397,000

130 Grande Ave.     443,000

1516 Orange Ln.     540,000

Davis (95618)

3668 Cubre Ter.     $252,000

2305 E 8th St.     305,000

821 La Coruno St.     318,000

1807 Oleander Pl.     420,000

2787 Brentwood Pl.     449,000

3634 Santo Ter.     501,000

3610 Verona Ter.     519,000

2850 Layton Dr.     575,000

2045 Klee Pl.     635,000

Woodland (95695)

148 W Woodland Ave.     $150,000

13 Kern Ave.     141,000

101 Frost Dr.    185,000

371 el Capitan Dr.    185,600

936 Beamer St.     190,000

5 Gibson Rd.     200,000

316 Cross St.    207,500

1227 McKinley Ave.     225,000

1631 Archer Dr.     255,000

8 W Gibson Rd.     270,000

116 Walnut St.     280,000

1734 Midway Dr.     289,500

Woodland (95776)

1253 Camphor Dr.    $200,000

1000 Fredericks St.     250,000

803 Atwell Cir.     259,000

1321 Cox Dr.     290,500

1748 Farnham Ave.    300,000

2355 Mack Pl.     325,000

1925 Boyle Pl.     350,000

2120 Holman St.    355,000

1329 Cox Dr.    387,500

1733 Hoffman St.    400,500

1326 Hadley Dr.     410,000

1312 Cox Dr.     468,500

West Sacramento (95691)

2761 Rice Ave.     $90,000

1523 Alabama Ave.    110,000

1364 Milano Dr. 2     120,000

2661 Independence Ave.     170,000

2858 Mojave Dr.     240,000

2753 Mojave Dr.     325,000

3335 Jamaica St.    336,000

3251 Malcolm Island St.     345,000

2600 Davis Rd.     369,000

3595 Partridge Ave.     369,000

3325 Guadeloupe St .     394,000

2984 Mojave Dr.     398,000

3800 Mendocino Ct.     480,000

Broderick (95604)

1028 Milton St.     $180,000

228 Washington Pl.     260,000

Winters (95694)

306 Abbey St.     $175,000

304 E Main St.     285,000

Clarksburg (95612)

31020 S River Rd.     $400,000

Esparto (95627)

17141 Orleans St.     $165,000

 

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