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Cremorne Point Manor in 2012
8 Cremorne Road
|Type||4 star Boutique hotel|
|Address||6 Cremorne Road|
|Town or city||Cremorne Point|
|Designations||North Sydney Heritage|
Cremorne Point Manor is a 4 star boutique hotel in North Sydney, Australia. It is established in a 19th-century federation style 2 story building on Cremorne Road, Cremorne Point, which has been designated by the government of New South Wales as a North Sydney Heritage.
Cremorne Point Manor was once a guesthouse named Redcourt. According to a tourist guide advertisement of 1927/28, one Miss L. F. Carl was a contact person for Redcourt. Public records show that the 19th century federation style 2 story building used to be 8 Cremorne Road until the property was split in a deed in 1988, then it became 6 Cremorne Road. The building overlooks Cremorne Point and Mosman Bay. It was once restored, later renovated and modernised, but maintains its 19th-century federation style.
As Lex Hall wrote in the Weekend Australian of 24–25 February 2007, "The hotel is believed to have been built in the late 1880s, when a coal seam was discovered in Cremorne. Fortunately, the plan to mine the seam was scotched, thanks to stiff opposition from locals. Cremorne Point Manor has been a guesthouse for about 50 years".
In July 2012, indexing of the Cremorne Point Manor brand was approved by IP Australia; the trademark number is 1504272. Cremorne Point Manor has 29 rooms.
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