Thursday, November 20, 2014
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Yolo County real estate sales

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From page A14 | October 07, 2012 |

Davis (95616)

808 J St. 810     $182,000

1707 Olympic Dr. 8     200,000

126 Jalisco Pl.     319,000

719 Peregrine Ave.     335,000

2708 Sycamore Ln.     375,000

245 Diablo Ave.     435,000

602 J St.     455,000

1118 Villanova Dr.     563,500

2708 Cadiz St.     573,500

1619 Tamarack Ln.     747,500

Davis (95618)

2906 Pole Line Rd. 3     $138,000

3628 Ramita Ter.     225,000

3624 Ramita Ter.     250,000

1612 Baywood Ln.     390,000

2607 Concord Ave.     405,000

2530 Whittier Dr.     407,000

3302 Via Verde Ter.     412,000

3007 Genaro Pl.     440,000

3646 Ramita Ter.     444,500

3514 Verona Ter.     449,000

1731 Evergreen Ct.     510,000

4382 Mahogany Ln.     755,000

3913 Yana Pl.     985,000

West Sacramento

203 Touchstone Pl.     $84,000

1284 Milano Dr. 7     115,000

1616 Virginia Ave.     140,000

1701 Virginia Ave.     165,000

3316 Rivermont St.     172,001

3295 San Vicente Rd.     193,000

2803 Stonegate Dr.     193,500

1124 Westacre Rd.     194,500

3271 San Vicente Rd.     203,000

3155 Redwood Ave.     218,000

1508 Alabama Ave.     228,000

1231 Berry Creek Rd.     245,000

1520 Columbus Rd.     245,000

3128 Java Ct.     245,000

859 Graphite Ln.     250,000

1650 Headslane Rd.     255,000

3713 Fisher Ave.     265,000

3210 Treasure Island Rd.     270,000

3715 Gold Creek Ct.     300,000

2547 Gold Hill St.     335,500

3308 Bridgeway Lakes Dr.     350,000

Winters

820 Jefferson St.     $115,000

1004 Kennedy Dr. 166,000

439 Main St.     235,000

1008 Village Cir.     255,500

Woodland (95695)

303 N. Walnut St.     $76,000

307 N. Walnut St.     76,000

107 Lincoln Ave.     106,000

126 Frost Dr.     115,000

374 W. Woodland Ave.     142,000

28 Olive Way     150,000

608 College St. 2     163,500

817 Cottonwood St.     180,000

159 Park Ave.     195,000

608 Connor Ln.     200,000

1207 Eunice Dr.     210,000

40 4th St.     230,000

330 Freeman St. 332     235,000

1008 Cottonwood St.     245,000

624 4th St.     249,000

907 Greenwood Dr.     250,000

209 Hacienda Ln.     269,000

16604 County Road 98b 8     282,000

Woodland (95776)

1501 Washington Dr.     $120,000

3142 County Road 88c     140,000

1361 Leo Way     180,000

1949 Vallejo Ct.     199,000

904 Browning Cir.     211,000

914 Anderson Cir.     220,000

1435 Gravink SCt.     227,000

929 Oliver Ct.     260,000

1354 Newton Dr.     289,000

5 Barth Ct.     292,000

1323 Newton Ct.     305,000

1776 Branigan Dr.     332,500

2128 Muller Dr.     400,000

Broderick

1317 Riverbank Rd.     $106,000

36043 Willow Ave.     185,000

 

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