Friday, August 22, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page B3 | July 13, 2014 |

Davis (95616)

309 Hidalgo Pl.     $465,000

1011 F St.     565,000

920 Villanova Dr.     570,000

425 Norte Ave.     690,000

410 Cabrillo Ave.     703,000

2503 Anza Ave.     740,000

1819 Glenn Pl.     751,000

2302 Goldberry Ln.     811,000

737 Eureka Ave.     1,015,000

Davis (95618)

1061 Trinita Ter.     $437,500

4205 Frontera Dr.     550,000

1613 Pastal Way     576,000

44702 Garden Ct.     590,000

5312 Burnett Pl.     1,002,500

1206 Deodara St.     1,110,000

Woodland (95695)

50 W Elliot St. 48     $62,500

319 N Walnut St.     170,000

37 N Ashley Ave.     229,000

1637 College St.     250,000

648 4th St.     317,000

1032 Sycamore Ln.     318,000

1618 Inverness Dr.     373,000

1200 Rancho Way     565,000

610 1st St.     590,000

Woodland (95776)

2128 Ulrich Ct.     $383,000

1712 Hoffman St.     393,000

1734 Jones St.     447,500

West Sacramento (95691)

1808 Evergreen Ave.     $100,000

534 Lilac Ln.     175,000

2209 Manchester St.     206,000

1143 Park Blvd.     250,000

3137 Twitchell Island Rd.     348,000

3745 Silverwood Rd.     365,000

1525 Acorn Ct.     394,000

3205 Hopland St.     435,000

3865 Henshaw Rd.     455,000

Broderick (95605)

724 Arthur Dr.     $81,000

1608 Citrus St.     100,000

1644 Citrus St. 46     145,000

1618 Citrus St. B     145,000

1612 Citrus St. 16      150,000

961 Reuter Dr.     165,500

1600 Citrus St.     265,000

1613 Citrus St.     265,000

970 Rivercrest Dr.     720,000

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