Hall St raises the residential game in Moonee Ponds

Market Insights
7 years ago
3 minutes
Moonee Ponds is going through vibrant renewal in key areas, and new project, Hall St is set to deliver a reimagining of what a landmark apartment project can be.
Part of the Moonee Ponds ‘Mason Sq’ precinct, Hall St offers a selection of one, two and three bedroom apartments that showcase the design aesthetic of renowned developer, Caydon.
There’s a sophistication at play in these light and airy open plan apartments. From the warm tones of the wide oak timber flooring in the living areas to the neutral colour schemes, these calming interior spaces are designed to compliment a busy and organically flowing lifestyle. For example, those living areas open up effortlessly through the floor to ceiling glazing onto spacious balconies, offering terrific views and allowing you to entertain and relax both inside and out.
Every sophisticated kitchen at Hall St features a full height pantry, built-in Baumatic appliances from Europe, integrated dishwasher (4-star water rating) and modern touches like soft-close drawers and a pullout gooseneck mixer tap. Add to this the designated pot drawers, designer quartz stone splash back and a wealth of storage cabinetry, and you have yourself a functional yet utterly stylish place to define every mealtime.
Understanding the need to adapt a home to differing circumstances, many homes include a ‘flexi-room’ which can be used to suit a variety of needs, from a study to a home office to a music room.
Bathrooms are where we start and end each day, and at Hall St they’re created with a collection of exquisite textures and materials for a soothing environment. Porcelain grey floor tiles, ceramic hexagonal feature wall tiling, mirrored cabinetry, exposed timber finish shelving and handy details like the built-in towel beneath the vanity all create a tranquil space.
When it comes to amenities, there are some things you might expect, such as a gym, and it’s a top-class one too. But how about a well-stocked tool shed? The large workspace here is ideal for your hobbies, crafts or those projects you have around the home. It’s also a great place to share tips and meet the neighbours.
Mason Garden, an impressive half-acre of outdoor recreational amenities is included in the plan here, meaning there’s a space for everyone to find their own spot. Consider taking a swim in the 25m pool, getting active on the multi-use sports court or taking a seat to relax in the lush and leafy forest grove. With so many different spaces, from a turf mound to a lounging hammock retreat and sundecks, this beautifully landscaped outdoor heaven from award-winning landscape architects, Oculus offers a true extension to the homes.
Other details on a brimming checklist include underground car parking (not a stacker!), bike storage, secure lift access and a rooftop deck featuring an outdoor theatre and kitchen/dining facilities. And while all apartments have their own laundry facilities, there’s even access to a commercial-sized laundry for those larger items like bedding.


With Moonee Ponds train station along the street, a choice of local primary schools that includes St Monica’s Parish Primary School, Moonee Ponds Primary School and Moonee Ponds West Primary School, and all the shopping, supermarkets and cafes you’ll need just a walk away, Hall St from Caydon sets the tone for a new kind of apartment project.
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