There is a strategy in comparative writing where the author presents a negative opinion of their argument before countering with the positive point they are trying to emphasize. This technique is called point/counterpoint. In this great article about the benefits of owning a townhouse, the author points out the proximity of neighbors sharing a wall or two as a dominating negative of owning a townhouse.
GW Robinson Homes had the foresight to counter that negative before construction on any of the townhouses began. Garison Way offers all the amazing benefits of owning a townhouse with the added benefit of being detached from your neighbors. Give the article a perusal and then get in touch with the Sales team to ask about finding your next home in Garison Way.
A townhouse is a home in a neighborhood development that is connected to adjacent houses by a common wall. The owner becomes a member of the homeowner’s association, the managing entity of the development, upon buying the unit, and pays monthly fees to the homeowner’s association for the maintenance, repair and upkeep of common areas. Townhouses are multi-level houses, unlike condominiums in developments that are designed more like apartment complexes.
– Anna Assad