The half, as one tipster labeled New York City's narrowest house at 75 1/2 Bedford Street, has a very whole asking price. In its most recent appearance on the market in May, it was asking a hefty $4.3 million. The reason for that price: the 990-square-foot house had just been thoroughly renovated after selling for $2.175 million the year before. The renovation, which added built-in storage and furniture, was certainly impressive, but the price has proven still too high. So it's just been chopped by 8 percent. The new ask, $3.95 million, takes it below that $4M psychological barrier. Will this bring in a new wave of prospective buyers?