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Yolo County real estate sales

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Davis (95616)

2033 Humboldt Ave.     $350,000

1214 Menlo Dr.     360,000

1605 Pacific Dr.     366,000

1428 Olympic Dr.     395,000

822 Linden Ln.     419,000

120 Jalisco Pl.     437,000

1580 Pinnacles Pl.     580,000

632 Estrella Pl.     688,000

1319 Marina Cir.     715,000

Davis (95618)

2849 Bidwell St. 4     $155,000

2736 Concord Ave.     444,500

2742 Montefrio Ln.     505,000

2127 Bearden St.     545,000

2610 Hartley St.     608,000

2821 Bellows St.     660,000

5615 Marden Dr.     667,000

4214 Mahogany Ln.     782,000

1427 Cottonwood Dr.     785,000

26875 Caddy Ct.     840,000

Woodland (95695)

134 Coral Dr.     $132,000

1711 Midway Dr.     146,000

348 Riverside Dr.     152,000

384 W. Woodland Ave.     155,000

120 Ashley Ave.     165,000

1618 Sherman St.     165,000

621 Glenwood Pl.     180,000

205 Cross St.     213,500

6 N. McKinley Ave.     220,000

708 W. El Dorado Dr.     235,000

25 El Dorado Dr.     255,000

835 W. El Dorado Dr.     299,000

Woodland (95776)

2007 Liberty Ln.     153,000

1381 Pear Pl.     $160,000

1370 Tyler Dr.     164,251

1608 Ammons St.     167,500

606 Crystal Ct.     174,000

982 Hunter Ln.     200,000

1435 Roosevelt Dr.     220,000

1878 Hardy Dr.     239,100

1792 Rominger St.     253,000

1980 Hackett Dr.     264,000

2788 Shinn Ct.     280,000

2678 Briscoe Pl.     297,000

Winters

1015 Hemenway St.     187,500

304 Hampshire Ct.     236,000

410 Village Cir.     431,000

West Sacramento

1921 Proctor Ave.     $75,000

416 Westacre Rd.     79,000

411 Safflower Pl.     93,750

1532 Portsmouth Ave.     95,000

354 Bridge Pl.     98,000

2465 Fontana St. 3     123,300

1320 Riva Dr. 3     125,100

1332 Milano Dr. 1     145,000

507 11th St.     148,000

2440 Fontana St. 4     152, 500

2860 Crested St.     168,000

1036 Park Blvd.     180,000

2831 Crested St.     195,000

827 Cadmium Ct.     255,000

3632 Silverwood Rd.     300,000

37000 Bridgeway Lakes Dr.     400,000

Broderick

1013 Charles St.     $102,000

433 Anchor Ln. 206     125,000

1441 Lisbon Ave.     135,000

170 6th St.     180,000

24815 Main St.     230,000

255 McDowell Ln.     235,000

Esparto

26447 Grafton St.     $79,000

26962 Plainfield St.     82,710

25780 Grafton St.     180,500

Knights Landing

9511 Mill St.     $125,000

17961 Tutt St.     90,000

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