74 Laddins Rock (named after poor Mr. Laddin who, some years ago, chose to jump his horse off the cliff across the street to escape capture by a band of naked savages - he achieved that, but didn't survive the leap), has dropped its price from $1.395 to $1.299. The sellers bought it new for $1.425 in 2004, on (the laughable, in my opinion) asking price of $1.495, but did so using the "services" of the builder's agent - why buyers do that, I've never figured out, but they do.
This house, like No. 72 next door, was built into the cliff behind it, so it's a vertical environment, with, practically speaking, no back yard, and fronts on busy street. That said, the price isn't bad at all.
No 72 also asked $1.495 in 2004, but those buyers, represented by their own agent, bought it for just $1.3. They then, foolishly, re-listed it in 2008 for $1.850 and finally unloaded it for $1.190 a year later.
Basically the same house, with the same geographical problems, so I'd think the same price would be good place to start, and even end up.