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2019-10-30 18:23:13

If you’re lucky enough to have extra space within your home, chances are that some, if not all of it, is cluttered with dusty cardboard boxes jam-packed with photos, old shoes and dusty paperbacks.

But if you fancy chucking out your chintz in favour of a better use, then David Wilson Homes has put together top tips to help you utilise a spare room in a three storey home.

Rob Allen, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes Southern, said: “We’re delighted to be presenting property seekers in Newbury with an exciting opportunity to own one of our versatile townhouses at Newbury Racecourse.

“As an expert developer, we understand that modern house hunters want to put their own stamp on their new home, and as these properties are a complete blank canvas, they provide an excellent opportunity to do just that.

“We’ve put together some of our own fun suggestions for how residents at the development could utilise the space in their new home, which will ensure they’re getting the most out of their spacious property.”

A Zen den

A top floor has the opportunity to become a relaxation hub such as a TV free-zone complete with a comfy armchair to snuggle with a book for those chilly wintery afternoons. A library is another idea and one which will house all of the dusty paperbacks currently scattered about in boxes.

A games room

This could be for games consoles, a pool table or a dartboard, a place for the family to come together and unwind. The sky’s the limit.

Work/study space

A ‘quiet zone’ would be an ideal addition to the home of any professional or parent of children with schoolwork.

Potentially a valuable resource for those who work from home by creating a separation of the work and living spaces that a third floor provides.

Stay fit with a home gym

We all know the difficulties of creating time to stay fit and with an at-home gym, this is an ideal use of space and a great time-saver.

Maximise your use of storage

The potential of an extra floor as a creative storage option is vast. Perhaps, a walk-in wardrobe for ever growing collections of shoes, handbags and clothes. But with extra space there is room to organise the clutter with storage units, shelves and large cupboards instead of leaving them laying around looking untidy.

The Newbury Racecourse development is picturesquely located on Racecourse Road which runs alongside the racetrack. It consists of a number of luxury two-bedroom apartments and three-bedroom houses and is conveniently located with nearby road and rail links.

Pricing for three-bedroom homes on the development starts at £359,950 and all available properties can be viewed at via the New Homes channel.

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