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978 Sq. Ft. Irish Channel 'Starter Home' Gets Another Price Chop

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Architect Jonathan Tate and developer Charles Rutledge's 978-square-foot house in Irish Channel, the first house of the duo's Starter Home concept, was one of the most controversial homes on the market last year. The home just got a second price chop—does that make it more appealing?

The project aims to build small homes on irregular lots to provide more housing in the city; the duo has currently 20 similar homes in the works.

When this first home hit the market, it was asking $375,000—and many of you said that was too high. Earlier this month the price got lowered to $339,000; today it's down to $320,000.

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3106 St. Thomas St. [Realtor]