Construction titan Beehive Homes finds its new home in a prime Williamstown North warehouse
Just an 11-kilometre drive from the CBD, the property enjoys easy access to major transportation routes. Image: NSL Property Group.
  • Beehive Homes purchases prime warehouse in Williamstown North.
  • NSL Property Group brokers deal amid keen city fringe demand.
  • Industrial versatility in sought-after location offers strategic advantages.

25 Orange Street, Williamstown North, a city fringe two-level warehouse, office, and showroom situated in a top commercial district with dual entry points, has been snapped up for $650,000 by construction industry titan Beehive Homes.

25 Orange Street 1
25 Orange Street. Source: NSL Property Group.

Construction industry veteran finds its new home

A construction firm with over 20 years of project management experience under its belt, Beehive Homes takes pride in providing an all-in-one solution for researching, acquiring, designing, and building residential and townhouse developments.

The company’s keen attention to detail, honesty, swift communication, quality, and timely progress ensures customer satisfaction.

The deal was brokered by NSL Property Group’s managing director, Guy Naselli, and sales and leasing consultant, Jerry Lee.

A stone’s throw away from Melbourne’s key infrastructure

Located on a corner block with significant exposure, the property boasts a total land area of 333 square metres (sqm) and hosts four car spaces.

A mere 11-kilometre drive from the CBD, this modern and well-presented offering is positioned in the established and exclusive precinct of Williamstown, where it has easy access to the Port of Melbourne, West Gate Freeway, and Western Ring Road.

“The prime city fringe location coupled with their need to become more centrally located and the terrific access to the Westgate Freeway and the CBD made this Williamstown North property an ideal fit,” Naselli said.

“With over 100 enquiries received over a five-week period, the pent-up demand for city fringe warehousing remains as strong as ever.”

Guy Naselli, NSL Property Group

The site falls under the Industrial 1 Zone classification, allowing it the flexibility to be used for a plethora of industrial and manufacturing activities.

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