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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A13 | June 29, 2014 |

Davis (95616)

1115 Halifax Ave.     $301,000

3030 Woods Cir.     320,000

3307 Trawler Pl.     365,000

508 E 8th St.     405,000

702 L St.     407,000

1801 Drexel Dr.     415,000

817 Anderson Rd.     485,000

1517 Notre Dame Dr.     500,000

39752 Barry Rd.     544,000

227 University Ave.    567,500

1638 Joshua Tree St.     750,000

606 Waxwing Pl.     797,000

634 Bluebird Pl.     807,000

62 College Park     1,036,000

Davis (95618)

1130 Greene Ter.     $299,000

341 Messina Ter.     341,000

2438 Albany Ave.     399,000

1384 Via Colonna Ter.     430,000

2952 Concord Ave.     446,000

2377 Roualt St.     485,000

2798 Belmont Dr.     507,000

2960 Mallorca Ln.     709,000

2021 Renoir Ave.     535,000

1404 Vigo Ct.     570,000

3552 Mono Pl.     640,000

3029 Mallorca Ln.     709,000

3740 Modoc Pl.     710,000

1222 Cresta Ct.     755,000

5715 Hoag Pl.     775,000

1217 Deodara St.     925,000

1905 Arena Dr.     960,000

Woodland (95695)

25 Plane Ave.     $169,000

1623 Sherman St.     182,000

124 Utah Ave.     210,000

57 4th St.     217,000

434 Walnut St.     229,000

288 Quail Dr.     240,000

514 Placer Dr.     261,000

210 Casa Linda Dr.     335,000

1725 Bidwell Pl.     410,000

Woodland (95776)

1573 Owens Valley Dr.     $223,000

755 Breen Ct.     282,000

968 Duncan Cir.     345,000

West Sacramento (95691)

414 Safflower Pl.     $147,000

1260 Riva Dr. 6     193,000

2806 Janet Dr.     236,500

2864 Crested St.     265,000

3105 Burrows Ave.     280,000

3380 Pilot Point Rd.     286,000

2845 Mojave Dr.     295,000

511 Maple St.     300,000

3313 Santa Cruz Rd.     305,000

4013 Turlock St.     310,000

3100 Sherman Island Rd.     325,000

3032 Mojave Dr.    350,000

3856 Kaweah St.     360,000

3140 Stuart Island St.     365,000

3613 Cooper Island Rd.     370,000

2756 Butler Ct.     370,500

3333 Malcolm Island St.     373,000

1843 Trinity Way     410,000

3921 Tahoe St.     440,000

2691 Redwood Ct.     449,500

2685 Redwood Ct.     491,500

Broderick (95605)

1020 Cummins Way     $135,000

602 Williams St.     140,000

263 McDowell Ln.     289,000

201 Trophy Ct.     488,000

Winters (95694)

408 Manzanita Way     $292,000

803 Carrion Cir.     295,000

Esparto (95627)

26219 Bruno Ct.     $179,000

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