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603 CEDAR ST
LOYALTON, CA


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This residential property was last sold on 10/20/2016 for $69,000. Additional outside features include a carport. This home is 1 story tall. This property is located in the CLOVER ADD subdivision.
What's nearby?
Cemeteries
less than a mile from Mountain View Cemetery
8 miles from Westside-Sharkey Cemetery
9 miles from Sierraville Cemetery
9 miles from Vinton Cemetery
10 miles from Sattley Cemetery
10 miles from Chilcoot Cemetery
10 miles from Summers Family Cemetery
13 miles from Whispering Pines Cemetery
14 miles from Shady Grove Cemetery
Tax Legal Information
LOT 4 BLK 1 CLOVER ADD
4
CLOVER ADD
Tax Assessed Information
$73,979.00
$52,536.00
$21,443.00
71
$1,437.06
Building Ownership Information
1980
Residential
10/20/2016
$69,000.00
Building Composition
825
4791.00
NONE
1.00
2
1
1

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