Sunday, March 1, 2015
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A7 | February 03, 2013 |

Davis (95616)

2705 Brandywine Pl.     $290,000

2715 Ottowa Ave.     300,000

642 Radcliffe Dr. 644     445,000

36450 Russell Blvd.     550,000

25107 Central Way     610,000

Davis (95618)

1818 Moore Blvd. 228     $250,000

3532 Verona Ter.     457,000

3803 Vistosa Ct.     507,000

1515 Arena Dr.     940,000

Woodland (95695)

121 W. El Dorado Dr.     $50,000

134 Coral Dr.     185,000

308 W. Gibson Rd.     190,000

33500 Wildwing Dr.     305,000

37179 Hwy 16     365,000

18344 Gadwall St.     375,000

615 West St. 617     650,000

Woodland (95776)

872 Browning Cir.     $240,000

2001 Sander St.     300,000

1012 Mezger Dr.     329,500

Winters

316 Grant Ave.     $157,500

 

West Sacramento

325 Bridge Pl.     $110,000

536 Glide Ct.     120,000

1917 Merkley Ave.     136,000

2938 Renee Ct.     158,000

2945 Renee Ct.     160,000

2669 Bethel Way     183,000

1176 Fallbrook St.     190,000

2902 Kathy Cir.     235,000

3260 Ryer Isl. St.     235,500

1476 Barona St.     240,872

1931 Rogue River Ct.     250,500

1627 Princeton Rd.     255,000

2661 Rogue River Cir.     280,000

3020 Rumsey St.     301,000

Esparto

26435 Grafton St.     $108,000

 

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