Built in 1910, this home has been in the North End for a long time. It's for sale for the second time in a year and this time around has a shockingly low asking price. 

Located at 1715 N 14th Street, this adorable 112-year-old cottage is certainly not the largest home you'll find on the market. It's a modest 836 square feet. While we can't find it any of the pictures, it supposedly has a one-car garage, which is awfully nice this time of year when temperatures have been hovering in the mid 20ºs for the morning commute.

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What grabbed our attention about the home was the asking price! It costs less than a new car. Seriously. According to Consumer Reports, the average new-car price in the United States is now $47,000. This home? It's on the market for less than that! After a price drop a few days ago, the asking price is now just $29,900.

Intrigued? Take a look around and see if you still want it after the tour.

Believe it Or Not: This Charming Boise Home Costs Less Than a New Car

According to Consumer Reports, the average new-car price in the United States is now $47,000. This home? It's on the market for less than that!

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