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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A11 | December 09, 2012 |

Davis (95616)

3108 Woods Cir.    $260,000

1108 Alice St.    415,000

1811 Lehigh Dr.     480,000

521 Flicker Ave.    530,000

1720 Westshore St.    554,500

2916 Catalina Dr.    565,000

528 Miller Dr.     780,000

1127 Valencia Ave.     875,000

Davis (95618)

4128 Vista Way     $455,000

4021 Alegre Way    539,000

3400 Mono Pl.     565,000

44057 N. El Macero Dr.     580,000

906 Sierra Madre Way     618,000

2118 Bearden St.    638,500

27336 Par Cir.     650,000

4544 Blue Oak Pl.     660,000

4345 Mahogany Ln.    714,000

2723 Rockwell Dr.     850,000

3817 Halcon Pl.    905,000

Woodland (95695)

19 W. El Dorado Dr.    $110,000

358 Valleywood Dr.     130,000

831 5th St.     140,000

1307 Homewood Dr.    140,000

1048 4th St.    165,000

14 Casa Linda Dr.    205,606

1630 Donner Way     268,000

34146 Pintail St.    310,000

34510 Canvas Back St.    325,000

723 Boxwood Rd.     330,000

18160 Gadwall St.     370,000

540 Cross St.     395,000

Woodland (95776)

1300 Monroe Ct.     $102,500

716 Thomas St.     140,000

1534 Squaw Valley Dr.     209,000

20 Mast Ct.     245,000

1790 Mezger Dr.    296,500

1855 Gable Dr.     297,000

1700 Hoffman St.    298,500

3950 2nd St.     317,000

1787 Mezger Dr.    325,000

Winters

116 Westwood Ct.    $242,000

West Sacramento (95691)

1812 Delaware Ave.     $105,000

345 Bridge Pl.    112,500

3430 Partridge Ave.     113,000

524 Chaparral Way     123,750

2343 Snowberry Cir.     132,750

2961 Denise Ct.     162,000

2803 Crested St.    167,000

831 Gold Ln.     170,000

3528 Tortola Rd.    170,901

3208 N. Bass Island Rd.     205,000

1794 Cypress Rd.    220,000

3555 Peter Island Rd.     225,000

3236 Malcolm Island St.     239,000

788 Dolomite Ct.     240,000

3284 Kellys Isl. Rd.     245,000

3232 Tacoma Narrows St.    248,000

875 Graphite Ln.     250,000

2463 Lone Pine Ct.    270,000

3835 Topaz Rd.    282,000

1685 Sandypoint Ct.     285,500

2676 Rogue River Cir.     287,500

1677 Sandypoint Ct.    323,500

2996 Mojave Dr.    328,500

2594 Gold Hill St.    342,500

Broderick

638 William St.     $63,000

760 Douglas St.       70,000

432 Smilax Ave.     79,000

1218 Morse Ct.    85,500

1002 Taber St.     91,500

807 Fairway Dr.    123,500

437 Myrtle Ave.     152,000

Esparto

17215 County Road 85b    $335,500

18330 County Road 85     418,500

Knights Landing

42440 2nd St.     $70,000

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