Sunday, November 23, 2014
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A7 | December 29, 2013 |

Davis (95616)

1204 Cypress Ln.     $330,000

664 Lessley Pl.     395,000

1421 Drexel Dr.     397,000

514 E. 11th St.     450,000

1013 Alice St.    499,000

2227 Muir Woods Pl.     505,000

1217 Gazelle Pl.     532,500

1410 Pine Ln.     555,000

3116 Chesapeake Bay Ave.     622,000

3215 Chesapeake Bay Ave.    649,000

 

Davis (95618)

1170 Greene Ter.     $215,000

1426 Escolar Ct.     323,000

4459 Sunrise Ct.     380,000

2009 Manet Pl.     445,000

2829 Prado Ln.     491,500

4251 Arroyo Ave.     644,500

2627 E. Covell Blvd.     700,000

5717 Covell Blvd.     842,000

Woodland

170 First St.     $38,000

44 Jefferson St.    127,500

10 North St.     145,000

215 W El Dorado Dr.     $145,000

649 Knollwood Dr.     146,000

1393 Colfax Pl.     173,366

104 Muir Cir.     175,000

101 E Main St.     177,000

367 Valleywood Dr.    180,000

411 Baker St.     183,500
10 W Hays St.     200,000

1406 6th St.     202,000

802 Hemenway St.    220,000
732 Del Oro St.     222,000

729 Crystal Springs Dr.     224,000

1452 Bridle Ln.     255,000

1374 Roosevelt Pl.    270,000

2744 Farmers Central Rd.     275,000

2174 Armus Pl.     285,000

1952 Witham Dr.     290,000

39 Pershing Ave.     350,000

33581 Mallard St.     520,000

754 College St.     525,000

33354 Canvas Back St.     400,000

1728 Hoffman St.     433,000

Winters (95694)

618 1st St.     $367,000

723 Lupine Way     390,000

West Sacramento (95691)

3319 San Vincente Rd.     $62,000

2502 Rice Ave.    75,000

1836 Manzanita Way     100,000

2661 Independence Ave.     135,500

2205 Kinsington St.     150,000

505 Lilac Ln.     165,000

2500 Rice Ave.     165,000

2800 Roven Ct.     170,000

2470 Fontana St. 3    191,000

1520 Lakewood Dr.     203,500

2450 San Marco St. 7     206,000

1608 Lakewood Dr.     218,500

2640 Malibu Ct.    240,000

1713 Westwood Cir.     242,500

3456 Big Island Rd.     258,000

2850 Stonegate Dr.     265,000

2901 Violet Dr.     278,000

2862 Condor St.     280,000

789 Carbon Ct.     303,000

792 Carbon Ct.     305,500

788 Carbon Ct.     313,000

784 Carbon Ct.     316,000

785 Carbon Ct.     317,500

3745 Gold Creek Ct.     330,000

3533 Silverwood Rd.     343,000

3555 Antigua Pl.     345,000

2305 Letterman St.     350,000

1635 Greenbrier Rd.     375,000

3995 Collins St.     385,000

Broderick (95605)

1032 Carrie St.     $85,000

921 Douglas St.     110,000

410 Regatta Ln. 206     140,000

1109 Rogers St.     140,000

625 Bryte Ave.     160,000

Clarksburg (95612) 

38300 Jefferson Blvd.     $575,000

Esparto (95627) 

26927 Woodland Ave.     $182,500

26391 Robin St.     200,000

25760 Grafton St.     290,000

Dunnigan (95937)

3355 County Rd. 88B     $138,500

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