There were 85 sales. Let's take a look at the most expensive ones.
Listed for: $1,875,000
Size: 3-bed, 2.5-bath; 2,176-square-feet
Location: 2221 Webster Street, Pacific Heights
The skinny: This two-level Victorian is 112-years-old. It's maintained most of its original charm but still has what you need for your modern life (like a brand new kitchen). Surprisingly, there isn't a garage, but a "parking pad in front that can accommodate a small car." Over $2M for this property and you don't even have a place to park your Land Rover.
Listed for: $3,999,000
Size: 4-bed, 5.5-bath; 5,707-square-feet
Location: 315 Santa Clara Avenue, St. Francis Wood
The skinny: We first told you about this big abode in October of 2011 when it was relisted for $3,999,0000. The current homeowners are clearly fans of water sports, as there's an indoor pool, and the master bath is described as a "cathedral to water."
Listed for: $3,400,000
Size: 5-bed, 4.5-bath; 4,126-square-feet
Location: 354 Fair Oaks Street, Noe Valley
The skinny: We're not entirely sure what this means, but the listing states that the home was "significantly re-invented in 1990." The backyard is completely awesome and even has a treehouse and an area for playing basketball.