Inside the Stonepine House residences

Created in collaboration with some of the country's best-in-class industry pioneers, the project prioritises nature, wellbeing and community, with a collection of 119 apartments.
Inside the Stonepine House residences
Render inside one of the Stonepine House apartments. Image supplied.
Alison Warters September 27, 2022

Hamton’s Moonee Valley project, Stonepine House, is a sanctuary enveloped by greenery and enlivened by an amenity-rich offering, marking itself as one of Melbourne’s most exciting new urban precincts.

Created in collaboration with some of Australia’s best-in-class industry pioneers, the project prioritises nature, wellbeing and community, with a collection of 119 apartments.

As the next evolution of the Moonee Valley Park precinct, Stonepine House introduces one, two, and three-bedroom residences, with the apartments enjoying a privileged position, surrounded by the area’s curated botanical landscapes.

Considered architecture by Rothelowman is elegant and restrained, with a base of open colonnades and brickwork connecting the building to the ground, while sharing identity with the location’s period homes and townhouses.

Residents will arrive in style, with a dedicated porte cochere, providing Stonepine House with an elegantly designed forecourt, echoing a luxury hotel arrival experience.

The apartment interiors at Stonepine House have been designed by Carr, one of Australia’s most awarded names in design.

Each residence captures the essence of the botanical environment, designed entirely with lifestyle in mind, with interior spaces aligning function with aesthetics.

With each arrival, life’s necessities are stored out of sight in the welcome zone, which acts as a place to charge your phone, and store your keys, bags, and shoes, upon arrival.

A selection of floorplans are offered for different lifestyle requirements across Stonepine House, with a choice between The House Residences and The Grand Residences.

The House Residences open to serene green views, with the Grand Residences across the upper levels enjoying outlooks across leafy canopies.

Textures of timber, stone and brushed metal are applied in refined ways, with the option to select appliances and material palettes in light contemporary tones, or classic dark hues, providing buyers the opportunity to curate a unique space.

Sunlight floods in through expansive windows and apertures, while the layouts allow an unobstructed flow of light to permeate and accentuate the inherent quality of the materials.

The kitchen is a sculptural focal point and an inviting area to entertain or gather in the apartments. Engineered stone wraps around the counter height bench in a waterfall design, with the splashback and adjacent benchtop providing the kitchen with an elegant sense of flow.

Walls of seamless joinery are understated to conceal the working elements of the space, with select apartments enjoying an additional walk-in pantry, with a suite of appliances, including a fully-integrated dishwasher, oven and cooktop standard.

The two and three-bedroom residences at Stonepine House enjoy additional bedrooms as versatile spaces that can be customised to the buyers needs, with the space offering flexibility for modern living requirements.

With the inclusion of a study in select apartments, these spaces provide flexibility and liveability for work or relaxation.

Bathrooms are an expression of tranquillity within The House Residences, with clean contemporary lines enlivened by organic surfaces, with the bathing space fitted with an overhead shower.

Each bedroom is open yet intimate, with a luxurious aesthetic achieved through scale and tactile appeal. Tonal grey carpets create a textural balance against the smooth, white surfaces, while green vistas lend a cocooning sense of sanctuary.

The Grand Residences’ architecture accommodates multiple aspects, with wrap-around terraces to some homes.

Residents will enjoy sweeping views, moments of dappled light and immersion in greenery whilst interacting with nature.

Across the living areas, rich, textural timbers are juxtaposed with metal accents.

Carr’s neutral palette, gallery-like walls and open shelving provides a high level of personalisation for residents to articulate their unique taste and style, while the oak timber floorboards bring depth and warmth.

Central and spacious, the kitchens in The Grand Residences are designed to enhance the flow of daily life, with an island bench the focal point of the space.

The robust design gains movement from natural stone patterns that run across its surface, married with the kitchen’s neutral palette of tonal joinery and brushed metal, which extends through to the butler’s pantry, in select homes.

A range of premium Miele appliances are also standard, while recessed lighting adds warm ambience, highlighting the rich textures of the space.

Natural light and views are an essential element of each private retreat, with many bedrooms featuring direct access to leafy terraces.

A harmony of light and fresh air was a focus in the design, complemented by carpet underfoot or optional engineered floorboard upgrades.

Master-suites reveal walk-in robes that are treated as large dressing rooms, fitted with concealed storage compartments.

Bathrooms feature luxurious detailing, with lighting touches highlighting natural textures and sculptural qualities, reflective, textured surfaces inspired by nature, and stone-finish walls and floors for an organic aesthetic. Oversized showers are finished with gunmetal grey or classic chrome showerheads, continuing the minimalist approach

The final release of apartments are now selling in Stonepine House, with a mix of one, two and three-bedroom floorplans remaining. 

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Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.

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