A northern part county of California State, and was first developed along Sacramento river. Yolo county is composed of several cities such as Davisville, Guinta, Capay, Esparto, Winter, Clarksburg, Washington, Knights Landing, Cacheville (also called now as Yolo) and the Fremont the first town that was founded in 1849 along the Sacramento and Feathers rivers and became the first town to be established in Yolo. The county has a total land area of 1,021 square miles (653,549 acres), and is precisely located west of the state capital of California, which is Sacramento and northeast of the counties of Solano and Napa. Yolo is rich agricultural area where in one-thirds of the western part of the county is composed of step uplands and rolling terraces used for dry-farmed grain and range, while the eastern two-thirds of the county is made of flat plains, basins and level alluvial fans.
In the late 1830s the first recorded contact with the Westerners was recorded that includes trappers, hunters and SpanishMisssionaries. In the year 1842 the Mexican government grant the land to William Gordon who happened to be the first white settler in the county and later began planting wheat and other agricultural crops.
Over 88 percent of the county’s population are made up by four major cities, Davis who has a population of 66,005, Woodland with 56,399, West Sacramento with 47,782 and the city of Winters who has 7,052. Totally, the county population as of January 1, 2009 census listed at 200,709 residents residing in the county.
With the county’s development the demand in residential homes in Yolo boost up high. Today, Yolo Sacramento Real Estate has full of residential properties for sale in the market in a variety of styles such as Condos, Multi-Family Homes, Foreclosures and Land, Ranch, Cottages, Twin Homes, Two Story Conventional, Tri Level Homes, Split Level, Multi Level, Craftsman Bungalows and even elegant mansion homes.