Wednesday, January 28, 2015
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A14 | May 25, 2014 |

Davis (95616)

3094 Woods Cir.     $230,000

3112 Corona Dr.     410,000

1406 Garrison St.     450,000

430 11th St.     450,000

914 Fordham Dr.     710,000

Davis (95618)

1918 Manet Pl.     $400,000

1719 Evergreen Ct.     480,000

4403 Vista Way     585,000

2203 Rockwell Dr.     960,000

Woodland (95695)

38 Buckeye St.     $203,000

274 Yosemite Pl.     210,000

520 Cleveland St.     219,000

614 Buena Tierra Dr.     235,000

11 College St.    305,000
18240 Mallard St.     530,0oo

Woodland (95776)

816 Barbara Way     $195,000

1448 Westland Ranch Dr.     196,000

1394 Dodds Dr.     227,000

1336 E Gum Ave.     272,500

1725 Hoffman St.     280,500

876 Wallace Dr.     340,000

1703 Jones St.     361,500

1886 Hardy Dr.     390,000

1699 Jones St.     471,000

West Sacramento (95691)

3509 Palomar Ave.     $110,000

1916 Alabama Ave.     155,000

2901 Mareca Way.    181,500

1955 Spoonbill Rd.     185,500

2684 Independence Ave.     208,000

1993 Linden Rd.     230,000

1633 Delaware Ave.     250,000

3946 Martis St.     257,500

788 Ferrite Ct.     294,000

3280 Rivermont St.     310,000

792 Ferrite Ct.     312,500

845 Bronze Ln.     320,000

793 Ferrite Ct.     334,000

785 Ferrite Ct.     360,500

1878 Spokane Rd.     395,000

3472 Bridgeway Lakes Dr.     410,000

3159 Lassen St.     440,500

Broderick (95605)

345 Washington Pl.     $245,000

Winters (95694)

408 3rd St.     $229,000

23447 Country Rd. 88     390,000

Esparto (95627)

26034 Grafton St.     $210,000

 

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