The Cairo at 81 Macleay St,Potts Point in Sydney.Demolished in the late 1950s and replaced by the Chevron Hotel. Photo from City of Sydney Archives.A♥W

The Cairo at 81 Macleay Street, Potts Point, Sydney. Demolished in the late & replaced by the Chevron Hotel. City of Sydney Archives

Grantham, Potts Point, Sydney undated

Grantham on Wylde St in Potts Point in the eastern suburbs of Sydney (year unknown).

View of Wooloomooloo c.1870.  Museum Victoria.

View of Wooloomooloo Museum Victoria.

Potts Point ,Darlinghurst ,Sydney Australia , Victorian Mansions .The 1st Exclusive Suburb..

The Exclusive Suburb.

Macleay St,Potts Point,in the eastern suburbs of Sydney (year unknown).

Macleay St,Potts Point,in the eastern suburbs of Sydney (year unknown).

Charlemont Private Hospital at 18-32 Darlinghurst Rd,Potts Point,in eastern Sydney (year unknown).

Charlemont Private Hospital at 18-32 Darlinghurst Rd,Potts Point,in eastern Sydney (year unknown).

The Mansions and Hampton Court at Kings Cross,in eastern Sydney in 1937. •City of Sydney Archives•

The Mansions and Hampton Court at Kings Cross,in eastern Sydney in 1937. •City of Sydney Archives•

Tusculum at 3 Manning St,Potts Point in the eastern suburbs of Sydney in the 1870s.

Tusculum - Potts Point - Old black and white print of two storey house with wide colonial style verandahs wrapped around it.

Kings Cross,in the eastern suburbs of Sydney in 1946. •Fairfax Archives•   🌹

Kings Cross,in the eastern suburbs of Sydney in 1946. •Fairfax Archives• 🌹

The Gazebo, dating from the mid nineteenth century, and a surviving element of the once spectacular Clarens Gardens, is a very rare Neo Classical garden structure and is probably unique in Sydney. Clarins was demolished and only fragments of the gardens remain. The structure is directly associated with Sir James Martin. Martin was a successful lawyer in colonial NSW who became a leading politician; he was Premier three times and was also Chief Justice. Sydney's Martin Place is named after…

The Gazebo, dating from the mid nineteenth century, and a surviving element of the once spectacular Clarens Gardens, is a very rare Neo Classical garden structure and is probably unique in Sydney. Clarins was demolished and only fragments of the gardens remain. The structure is directly associated with Sir James Martin. Martin was a successful lawyer in colonial NSW who became a leading politician; he was Premier three times and was also Chief Justice. Sydney's Martin Place is named after…

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