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Maximising Space in your Home

Maximising space in your home is necessary to avoid clutter and will help make you feel settled in and relaxed. In a Williams Corporation home you will find that we use a variety of space-saving features. When you spend less time worrying about space management, you can spend more time on how you like to live, work and play.


Storage features

We understand that nobody likes to stress about space which is why we make sure every home that we build is conveniently fitted with built-in storage and wardrobes. These will differ depending on the number of bedrooms, stories and floor plan of your home. However, every home that we sell will always have at least one internal storage space seperate from the bedroom storage. As a general rule of thumb, the larger the home you purchase from us, the more storage space there will be. Our built-in wardrobes in the bedrooms come complete with joint shelving, drawers and railing to provide space for coat hangers. When purchasing a Williams Corporation home, you can be sure that storage will not be an issue! All of our townhouses come with an outdoor shed included within the purchase of your property. This is great for storing bulky items such as a bicycle.


maximising storage space in your home

Indoor-Outdoor Flow

Many of our development sites have shared outdoor spaces similar to a courtyard. These spaces are shared between you and your neighbours and make for great indoor-outdoor flow which opens up your living space. All townhouses with outdoor space can also be transformed into an extended living space for when the sun is shining and you want to relax outside. There are so many ways in which you can design the space in a Williams Corporation home to make it yours.

To take a look at our completed developments and get a better idea of how you might utilise the space, click HERE

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