Flashback: The fascinating history of a landmark Cremorne Point building called “The Ritz”.

2022-10-14T08:48:41+11:00October 13, 2022|News, Local History|

When it opened to the public in 1913, “The Ritz” at Cremorne Point was described as Sydney’s finest private hotel. A haven for honeymooners and holiday makers, the six-storey white landmark had 140-rooms comprising private single and double suites, open-air sun lounges, a billiard room, tennis courts, electric lights and a lift.

Want to buy an elegant Southern Highland’s escape in the heart of Mosman? Now’s your chance!

2022-10-13T13:12:05+11:00October 13, 2022|News, Property|

“An elegant Southern Highlands getaway in a prestige pocket of Mosman”, is how Richard Simeon describes 36 Somerset St, a grand five-bedroom Federation estate built in 1905 that’s ticking all the boxes for local buyers looking to upgrade.

Flashback 1970: North Sydney Travelodge thrills Aussie holiday makers looking for luxury accommodation.

2022-10-14T09:29:30+11:00October 6, 2022|News, Local History|

Crescent shaped to take advantage of Sydney’s harbour views, the 14-storey Travelodge contained 224 self-contained suites in alternating shades of blue and olive, each with its own private bathroom and television set!

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