With a signature easy-breezy West Coast vibe, Wagner Urban Development has turned this traditional Philadelphia row into a stunning home with the clean lines and contemporary aesthetic of new construction without losing the graceful historic facade and footprint. A clean white palette and beautiful wide-plank oak floors throughout create a cohesive floorplan, while the ample natural light and eye-catching light fixtures at every turn help show off the magazine-worthy details. An arched doorway and vestibule with beadboard wainscoting open into a large main level with soaring ceilings, large windows and a sunny southern exposure. The traditional rowhome layout has been improved: a central kitchen sits between the living room in front and large dining area in the rear, and the 16-foot-wide footprint allows for a sweet powder room to be nestled in without taking away from the open feel. And this kitchen is truly one you’ll want to center your living around: With cream Caesarstone countertops, a mix of open shelving and custom Kitchencraft cabinets with undercabinet lighting, stainless steel Whirlpool appliances including a slide-in range, pretty textured gray subway tile backsplash, and Edison pendant lamps from Muuto over a Boos butcher block prep table, it’s a study of understated beauty. The dining room’s full-glass Anderson double doors open to the large rear yard, where there are planting beds ready to go along the patio perimeter, a handsome cedar fence and a breezeway to hide away your not-so-pretty outdoor items. The serene sleeping quarters begin on the second floor with an expansive rear bedroom that has a deep double closet and a view of the skyline. The dreamy bathroom on this floor features a floating Nameeks sink, deep Miseno tub with Grohe fixtures, and hand-painted NOGA cement floor tiles that are the perfect complement to the more muted subway tile accent wall and tub surround. An integrated wall cabinet adds storage without visual clutter. There are two more bright and airy bedrooms on this level with large windows and deep closets, along with a hallway laundry closet. The top floor is occupied by the master suite–kept private via direct hallway entrance to the rear roof deck with lovely skyline views; the large bedroom with dual closets and a pocket door to the private bathroom reveals oak floors with an accent of more hand-painted cement floor tile, an oversize walk-in shower, wall mounted Nameeks sink and subtle but stunning lighting from Lumens. There is great storage via a deep linen closet and integrated medicine cabinet. When venturing out, this home is conveniently located a few blocks from two subway stops for access to Center City and beyond, while staying local means an easy stroll to Passyunk Ave.