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

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From page A14 | June 22, 2014 |

Davis (95616)

1707 Olympic Dr. 29     $220,000

926 Snyder Dr.     415,000

526 Oeste Dr.     450,000

745 Oeste Dr.     490,000

2879 Quail St.     490,000

750 Oeste Dr.     525,000

329 Cabrillo Ave.     595,000

217 Pintail Pl.     672,500

1415 Carob Pl.     689,000

1721 Colorado Ln.     717,000

620 D St.     790,000

1020 Vassar Dr.     850,000

38228 Patwin Ter.     1,130,000

Davis (95618)

4162 Cowell Blvd.     $285,000

1114 Tulip Ln.     410,000

4206 San Jeronimo Ter.     450,000

3826 Arroyo Ave.     555,000

5024 Swingle Dr.     620,000

44214 N El Macero Dr.     660,000

4221 Almond Ln.     740,000

3714 Miwok Pl.     775,000

3709 Los Cerros Pl.     995,000

Woodland (95695)

732 2nd St.     $183,600

106 Elliot St.     199,000

124 Kern Ave.     219,000

367 Valleywood Dr.     247,000

708 Cleveland St.     249,000

17 Northwood Dr.     277,500

158 Muir St.     289,000
104 E Keystone Ave.    305,000
34112 County Rd. 24     377,500
824 Saratoga Dr.     400,0oo
810 1st St.     750,000
Woodland (95776)

920 Bourn Dr.     $250,000

1722 Jones St.     278,500

800 Crystal Springs Dr.     309,000

2687 Mack Way     335,000

847 Walker St.     355,000

2358 McNary Way     359,000

1885 Hardy Dr.     400,000

West Sacramento (95691)

3180 Gladys Ave. 90     $120,000

1921 Park Blvd.     123,000

1009 Poplar Ave.     180,000

2475 Genova St. 5     185,000

1307 Milano Dr. 1     219,000

1604 Laurel Ln.     225,000

1908 Proctor Ave.     239,000

2946 Angle Ct.     256,500

3319 San Vicente Rd.     270,000

3030 Suisun Bay Rd.     281,000

1590 Coit Pl.     310,000

1637 Columbus Rd.    310,000

3932 Tule St.     315,000

3953 Martis St.     326,500

2873 Pitzer Cir.     332,000

3325 New Hogan Pl.     345,000

1502 Columbus Rd.     375,000

2016 Colusa Rd.     390,000

2686 Redwood Ct.     391,500

3147 Lassen St.     394,000

1783 Klamath Rd.     395,000

3006 Shasta Way     395,000

2653 Bayberry St.     405,000

3830 Silverwood Rd.     430,000

2692 Redwood Ct.     480,500

2698 Redwood Ct.     487, 500

Winters (95694)

1104 Valley Oak Dr.     $368,500

Esparto (95627)

16793 Gable Dr.     $253,000

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