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Point Dundas, Applecross
The Majestic was a Federation style hotel with wide verandahs and balconies on Point Dundas, Applecross, built in 1903 as the Hotel Melville, and renamed the Majestic Hotel in 1924. The hotel was built for G.C.D. Forster and designed by architects M.F. and J.C. Cavanagh. The site was previously used by Sir Gerard Smith, Governor of Western Australia as a summer residence. The hotel was demolished in about 1990, remaining vacant for many years before residential subdivision. Lost Perth.
Garry Gillard | New: 7 August, 2020 | Now: 7 August, 2020