The Peña House, once at 337 D Street, was a historic building which served as home to some of the descendants of an early pioneer family. Constructed in the 1890s, if not earlier, it was one of the oldest surviving buildings in Davis. The house was a simple white boxy affair, but it represented a form of Victorian working-class architecture that was a facet of early Davisville. Narcissa Peña, great-granddaughter of pioneer Juan Felipe Peña, lived there her whole life until she passed away in 2008.

In the following year, the property was purchased by a group called 4th D LLC that wished to build a 3-story, 4-unit condominium in the location. The City Council approved the project, and the house was demolished in 2012.