Philadelphia certainly has its share of quaint little enclaves and Instagram-worthy streets, but one of the most unexpected surprises just steps away from all the hustle and bustle of the city, is the magical 700 block of Rodman Street, complete with its own tranquil and lush pocket park. Nestled in the heart of Washington Square West, a neighborhood immersed in culture, dining, and history, you'll find yourself in a picturesque oasis of modern brick rowhomes with colorful doors, architecturally interesting picture windows, and contemporary facades. Presenting 728 Rodman, offering classic simplicity, design-sensitive renovations, and classic restorations. Enter into a sun-drenched living room with gorgeous, hardwood floors, recessed lighting and a cozy wood-burning, white-washed brick fireplace. A lovely sunroom with exposed brick and sliders to a Juliet balcony provide a comfortable spot to curl up with a good book. The lower-level kitchen boasts granite countertops, a classic white subway tile backsplash, white shaker cabinets and stainless steel appliances. The kitchen's dining area begs for a dinner party and can accommodate a table for eight. Upstairs, find two bedrooms, one with double closets and the other perfect for an office. A beautifully renovated hall bath with a glass-enclosed shower, white subway tile and brushed nickel finishes round out the second floor. A projection window and skylight flood the stairwell with light and offer a wide, unobstructed view of the lovely street below. The third-floor sun-soaked primary bedroom boasts wall-to-wall windows and skylights and evokes the feeling of sleeping in a serene loft nestled in the treetops under the stars. A fourth bedroom and a beautifully appointed hall bathroom with mosaic marble tile floors and a soaking tub complete the floor. The back yard is private and features coveted one car gated, secured parking. Surrounding the home is the bustling neighborhood of Washington Square West where you'll enjoy dining in Midtown Village and on South Street, shopping on Pine Street's Antique Row, relaxing with a book in Washington Square Park and taking in a theater production along the Avenue of the Arts. The best of the city is walkable and the Jefferson train station is just a few blocks away, as is the Lombard-South Broad Street subway stop. Charm and tranquility tucked away in a coveted and exciting neighborhood of rich history: welcome home.