I lived in WSB in my first year and would say that the rooms there are really spacious, have ample storage, and get excellent light because of the huge windows
Caitlin

The William Stone Building

The William Stone Building is a grade 2 listed building, built in 1964 from the designs of Sir Leslie Martin and Sir Colin St John Wilson.  This 8-storey tower has a lift and provides 24 en-suite student rooms and 10 rooms/sets for College Fellows.  The lower floors are reserved for freshers; the upper floors are picked by 2nd/3rd years in the room ballot.  This block provides some of the best student accommodation views in Cambridge and each room has lockable storage for students to use in the Christmas and Easter vacation.  Coin-operated laundry facilities can be found on the ground floor.  Rents are in bands 11-14 and there are shared gyps on each floor for the three residents.  Located to the south of the College site, it is accessible through the Deer Park and is close to St. Peter’s Terrace.

I lived in WSB in my first year and would say that the rooms there are really spacious, have ample storage, and get excellent light because of the huge windows
Caitlin