A Privileged Perspective

Pinoak House is an elegant and contemporary architectural expression representing the re-energised Moonee Ponds. The building is striking in composition with strong vertical rhythms comprising of dark grey metal cladding, geometric patterned frontages, concrete and glass, punctuated by horizontal highlights of colour.

This slender and dynamic design by Miceli Oldfield Sinton Architects is set above the existing 3 storey building with a feature canopy to Young Street which extends to the full height of the building.

Environmental sustainability has been considered throughout the development, including initiatives such as the roof top solar bank. Shading devices for all apartments are integrated into the form of the building, allowing natural light and cross-ventilation via breezeways created by operable windows above the entrance door of each residence.

The roof top terrace creates a wonderful shared space with its sweeping views and will encourage community living within the new complex.

Each apartment with its elevated perspective will celebrate its own stunning vista, whether it be the ever-changing city skyline, Moonee Valley Racecourse or lush landscapes and parklands Pinoak House holds a privileged perspective on life.

An open canvas
with clean lines

Each residence incorporates crisp, modern architecture and stylish interior design with meticulous planning to optimise its aspect and orientation. The interiors reflect the language of the building’s exterior with a timeless monotone palette of black and white complemented by warm oak timber like flooring and subtle coloured highlights.

Generous open plan, light-drenched living spaces provide flexible layouts that can be configured to suit your lifestyle. Living areas open onto the private outdoor balcony enhancing the open, seamlessly integrated living approach. Fixtures and finishes comprise classic and understated luxury with stone bench-tops, timber veneer cabinets and European appliances.

Pinoak Life

Pinoak House offers a rare opportunity to intimately experience the highly sought after advantages of urban living with everything you could possibly want right at your doorstep.

On Young Street you will find Vicolo Cafe and Risotto bar on the ground level of Pinoak House, Penny Young Fine Wine & Craft Beer, Fresh on Young Food Hall and The Daily Grind cafe on the corner. Only a minute’s walk away is Pratt Street, where you will find Woolworths, bakeries, a butcher, chemist, ANZ Bank and some tasty cheap eat options for those lazy nights!

On adjacent Puckle Street, the main shopping strip, there is a diverse selection of restaurants, cafés and shops as well as Moonee Ponds Central with Coles, Kmart and Aldi all under one roof. Talk about location – it doesn’t get any more convenient than this!

Pinoak House is supremely serviced by public transport with Moonee Ponds Railway Station just five minutes walk away and the light rail line (tram route 59) from Moonee Ponds Junction only 30 minutes to Flinders Street Station. This superb connectivity also includes easy access to Citylink and Melbourne Airport.

The apartments are enviably positioned near schools, parks and sporting facilities. Whether it be jogging around the Queens Park Heritage Trail, swinging a club or racket at the Riverside Golf and Tennis Centre or heading to the races at the Moonee Valley Racecourse, you will have no problem filling your weekends with adventurous activity.

Moonee Ponds is a bubbling melting pot for shopping offering designer labels, to charming individual styles from boutique retailers. If you feel like indulging your taste for high-end fashion, Highpoint Shopping Centre is just 10 minutes drive away and now has over 500 stores since its 2011 renovation.

There is always something interesting happening at the Clocktower Centre for kids or adults with live theatre, events and movies.


  1. Khao San Road
  2. Chiba
  3. Meltemi Greek Tavern
  4. Esca Grill
  5. Samanee Thai Restaurant
  6. Yokoso Izakaya
  7. ChiliPepper Fine Vietnamese Cuisine
  8. Strangeloves
  9. San Lorenzo
  10. Pho Phung Hung
  11. Fuji Teppanyaki
  12. The Valley Cellar Door
  13. Magic Mint Cafe
  14. Shebelle Ethiopian Restaurant
  15. Harry’s Bar and Food Room
  16. The Boathouse Restaurant
  17. Philhellene Restaurant
  18. Reunion Bar
  19. The Laurel Hotel


  1. Above The Breadline
  2. 20 Young Street Cafe
  3. Lil Kitch
  4. Nabiha
  5. Fuel Espresso Bar & Cafe
  6. Chew Chew
  7. Da Vinci on puckle
  8. Darling Street Espresso
  9. The Cupcake Queens
  10. Mister Nice Guy
  11. Reverend Cafe
  12. Little Byrd Cafe
  13. Grandpa Joe
  14. Curators Collective
  15. Ascot Food Store
  16. Union Food & Wine


  1. Goodstart Early Learning - Moonee Ponds
  2. Moonee Ponds Primary School
  3. Ascot Vale Primary School
  4. Moonee Ponds West Primary School
  5. St Monica’s Primary School
  6. Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar School
  7. Penleigh & Essendon Grammar School
  8. Kangan Institute
  9. University of Melbourne
  10. RMIT University - Fashion and Textiles


  1. Moonee Valley Racecourse
  2. Aberfeldie Park
  3. Queens Park Outdoor Pool
  4. Moonee Ponds Bowling Club
  5. Maribyrnong Park
  6. Ormond Park
  7. Montgomery Park
  8. The Clocktower Centre
  9. Melbourne Showgrounds
  10. Flemington Racecourse
  11. Royal Park
  12. Melbourne Zoo


  1. Moonee Ponds Shopping Centre
  2. Coles
  3. Woolworths
  4. Puckle Street Precinct
  5. Moonee Ponds Central
  6. Kmart
  7. Dick Smith
  8. The Reject Shop
  9. Highpoint Shopping Centre


  1. Medical One - Pascoe Vale Rd
  2. Moonee Ponds Medical Centre
  3. Melbourne Pathology
  4. The Royal Melbourne Hospital
  5. The Royal Children’s Hospital
  6. North West Day Hospital
  7. Future Health Medical Centre
  8. Moonee Health Centre
  9. Complete Children’s Health
  10. Maternal & Child Health Centre


  • Moonee Ponds Jct/Pascoe Vale Rd - Light Rail Station
  • Moonee Ponds - Train Station
  • Chaucer St/Ascot Vale Rd - Light Rail Station
  • Montgomery St/Mt Alexander Rd - Light Rail Station

A Savvy Investment

An increasing number of savvy residents are making Moonee Ponds their home, aware that the potential of this thriving suburb is only just being realised, and proximity to the city make Moonee Ponds an attractive choice for investors and residents alike.

Moonee Ponds has experienced solid growth in the median sales price for units in the last 5 years. Compared to the same period five years ago median sales price for one and two bedroom units in Moonee Ponds increased by 4.3% with average rental demand and a rental yield of 4.2%.

This investment ticks all the boxes:

  • Just 6km from Melbourne’s CBD
  • Superb connectivity - walking distance to train, tram and bus, and easy access to Citylink
  • Located in the heart of a thriving retail precinct
  • Close to schools, community and lifestyle amenities
  • An established and prospering suburb, with an influx of young adults bringing relevance and liveliness to the area

The population of Moonee Valley is forecast to increase 26.62% by 2036 with Moonee Ponds counting for the lion’s share of this growth, and the highest increases being represented by the 30-34 year age bracket. Strong population growth; particularly young families, singles and couples; a shortage in available property for this market; and burgeoning desirability of the area should see strong growth in property values and higher rental yields.

All this equates to a great time to buy.

10 Year Median Price Growth: 2 Bed Units

Further Information

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Nick Cartledge

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1/84 La Scala Avenue Maribyrnong 3032

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