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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A7 | March 03, 2013 |

Davis (95616)

2001 Alta Loma St.     $218,000

515 10th St.     360,000

2135 Saratoga Pl.     639,500

Davis (95618)

1703 Myrtle Pl.     $175,577

3122 Nantucket Ter.     245,500

1818 Moore Blvd. 109     265,000

3638 Cubre Ter.     453,500

5513 Rogers St.     705,000

Woodland (95695)

112 Mariposa St.     $105,000

109 Court St.     165,000

157 W. North St.     179,500

808 Sonora Pl.     180,000

18 5th St.     210,000

705 Marshall Ave.     210,000

200 Porter Ct.     215,000

Woodland (95776)

1413 Washington Dr.     $125,000

716 Lopes Ct.     160,000

1028 Powers Cir.     219,500

Winters 

303 Hampshire Ct.     $188,700

201 Wildrose Ln.     216,000

West Sacramento

2504 Rice Ave.     $72,000

432 Chaparral Way     90,000

2005 Willow Ave.     117,000

1259 Milano Dr. 1     136,800

2655 Betty Way     147,500

2473 Coffeeberry Rd.     182,000

3390 Ballena Bay Rd.     185,000

2004 Alabama Ct.     209,697

3172 Fiji Isl. St.     250,000

1637 Fillmore Pl.     253,000

3528 Tortola Rd.     260,500

2780 Cascade St. 82     275,000

1854 Trinity Way     288,000

3350 Poppy St.     305,000

1728 Quail Rd.     314,000

3780 Millerton Pl.     340,000

1688 Quail Rd.     342,000

Broderick

424 Holland Dr.     $150,000

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