Heyday’s small lot home in Glassell Park

Kevin and Hardy Wronske, the sibling design/build/develop team behind Heyday, set out to “improve the quality of building in working-class neighborhoods throughout L.A” by building small lot homes.

In 2013 they created Peak Place. Using the Small Lot Subdivision Ordinance, which allows a group of detached houses to be built on a single lot, they developed a gated community of six architecturally delightful homes in Glassell Park’s Fletcher Square.

Inside, large dual-pane windows and numerous skylights allow tons of natural light to fill all 1,914 square feet of living space. The floor plan centers around a spacious and open kitchen, living, and dining room, which form the heart of the home. The second level contains all three bedrooms. Features include a single-line kitchen finished with Silestone countertops and stainless steel appliances, walk-in pantry, and 18′ vaulted ceilings in the main bedroom. This home at 3001 Peak Place has the largest private backyard in the development.

Listing courtesy of Chris Furstenberg | Nourmand & Associates

Like Heyday’s other projects — which include Auburn and Buzz Court in Silver Lake and Rock Row in Eagle Rock — this project achieved a LEED Gold rating for sustainability. Sustainable elements include approximately 1.56 KW solar panels, tankless water heater, high-efficiency HVAC, and a Nest thermostat.

First sold in 2013 for $635,000, the home is now asking $999,000.

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