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.

The living room of Heyday’s small lot home with a large sliding glass door
The living room view with furniture and TV and the small view of the kitchen area
Dining area and kitchenette with fridge and cabinet

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.

Bedroom of Heyday’s small lot home with a window and a wooden shelf
Beside the bed, a small sitting place with a window and a painting
The backyard of Heyday’s small lot home with a garden and sitting place
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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