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Villa Grande Foreclosures

Below you will find a summary of real estate owned (REO) properties for sale in Villa Grande, California.

Contact the Wine Country Modern Real Estate Team to find out more about foreclosure listings or to simply discuss your Villa Grande real estate needs.

Villa Grande Foreclosures for Sale March 9, 2021
1
Listed
104
Avg. DOM
$431.65
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$600,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,390
Sq.Ft.
1983
Year Built
105
Days on Site
22025910
MLS
Opportunity awaits at this beautiful creekside location in the Blucher Valley. The property consists of two lush parcels totalling 3.99 acres, zoned Diverse Agriculture allowing for desireable...

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