One day, in the distant future, you'll be riding the Cerise Line down Third Street through Hancock Park and your future kid will point to the property on the southeast corner of Muirfield Rd. and say "Why is that house so boring?" And you can tell her the story of the House of Davids, which for more than a decade at the turn of the twenty-first century, amused passersby with its 19 frontyard David statues. As of last week, the Davids are down. Owner Norwood Young held an estate sale last month; Davids were originally priced at $1,000 each. The house itself has been for sale since May, but got a new set of brokers and a renewed push in September. Last week, asking price was chopped from $1.795 million to $1.595 million.