A question from Nina:
In 1964 I lived in a large guest house, which had multiple rooms, and verandahs which looked over towards Garden Island. I dont recall the owners, but they had a daughter Theresa. Behind this guest house, at the end of the road, was a large sunken tennis court. Can anyone assist in identifying the building, and if it still stands? There was a playground/park up the road, heading away from the Point on the Right, suggesting Raglan Street. There was also a small ferry stop opposite at that time.
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Could it be this one ?
MOSMAN.-Refined Guest House, 3 Raglan-st,
Musgrave wharf. VACANCIES, visitors, permanents, excellent cuisine, modern comforts, from 35/. Y3080_
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Hi Nina I think you mean “The Britannic Guest House” In 1965 I Lived in the Tower on top of the building. The Owners name was Trever I can’t member the little girl’s name, can you?
The building still stands I was talking on the phone to the present owner last night.
I would very much like to hear from you.
With best wishes,
Graham Sweet 7.12.14 www.grahamsweet.com (go to about us)
Hi. Nina. I was born in queen st in1946 and know. Raglan st and musgrave st wharf very well. I do recall vaguely that old magnificent building and I think it is now a restored private. Home. Such beautiful architecture and gracious streets in my beloved. Mosman. Now in my 7os and living in adelaide. Mosman. Childhood. Will always. Remain in my. HeArt
Hi nina. I was born in queen
In 1946 and was an attendee of. St clements. Mosman
So I know. Raglan
St well we used to get bus down to musgrave st wharf and I followed raglan st with my eyes to the end. I think it is now a restored private home. Such wonderful architecture and gracious sheets My. Heart of hearts will never leave it although I now live in adekaide past fifty years