What are the most costly properties bought in West Sacramento?

A home in West Sacramento that bought for $800,000 tops the checklist of the most costly actual property gross sales in West Sacramento within the final week.

In whole, 14 actual property gross sales had been registered within the space through the previous week, with a median worth of $522,143, $339 per sq. foot.

The costs within the checklist beneath concern actual property gross sales the place the title was created through the week of Could 23, even when the property could have been bought earlier.

  • $395,000, single-family home within the 800 block of Gold Lane

    The property within the 800 block of Gold Lane in West Sacramento has new homeowners. The worth was $395,000. The home was in-built 2012 and has a residing space of 983 sq. ft. The worth per sq. foot is $402.

  • $443,000, single-family residence within the 500 block of Chaparral Means

    The 918 square-foot single-family house within the 500 block of Chaparral Means in West Sacramento has now been bought. The switch of possession was settled in April and the whole buy worth was $443,000, $483 per sq. foot. The home was in-built 1951.

  • $455,000, single-family house within the 2800 block of Pekins Court docket

    The 1,608 square-foot single-family home within the 2800 block of Pekins Court docket, West Sacramento, has now been bought. The switch of possession was settled in April and the whole buy worth was $455,000, $283 per sq. foot. The home was in-built 1980.

  • $458,000, indifferent home within the 2600 block of Brannan Means

    The sale of the single-family home within the 2600 block of Brannan Means, West Sacramento, has been finalized. The worth was $458,000, and the home modified arms in April. The home was in-built 1990 and has a residing space of 1,223 sq. ft. The worth per sq. foot was $374.

  • $460,000, single-family residence within the 1600 block of Randolph Street

    The sale of the only household residence within the 1600 block of Randolph Street in West Sacramento has been finalized. The worth was $460,000, and the brand new homeowners took over the home in March. The home was in-built 2001 and has a residing space of 1,148 sq. ft. The worth per sq. foot was $401.

  • $500,000, indifferent home within the 300 block of eleventh Avenue

    The property within the 300 block of eleventh Avenue in West Sacramento has acquired new homeowners. The worth was $500,000. The home was in-built 1941 and has a residing space of 986 sq. ft. The worth per sq. foot is $507.

  • $650,000, single-family house within the 3700 block of Silverwood Street

    A sale has been finalized for the single-family home within the 3700 block of Silverwood Street in West Sacramento. The worth was $650,000 and the brand new homeowners took over the home in April. The home was in-built 2005 and the residing space totals 2,250 sq. ft. The worth per sq. foot ended up at $289.

  • $696,000, single-family home within the 500 block of Watercolor Lane

    The sale of the single-family house within the 500 block of Watercolor Lane, West Sacramento, has been finalized. The worth was $696,000, and the brand new homeowners took over the home in April. The home was in-built 2005 and has a residing space of two,235 sq. ft. The worth per sq. foot was $311.

  • $775,000, single-family residence within the 2600 block of Coranado Avenue

    The two,890 square-foot single-family residence within the 2600 block of Coranado Avenue, West Sacramento, has now been bought. The switch of possession was settled in April and the whole buy worth was $775,000, $268 per sq. foot. The home was in-built 2015.

  • $800,000, single-family home within the 2600 block of Key Largo Avenue

    The property within the 2600 block of Key Largo Avenue in West Sacramento has acquired new homeowners. The worth was $800,000. The home was in-built 2020 and has a residing space of two,074 sq. ft. The worth per sq. foot is $386.

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