Cremorne is a historic suburb in Melbourne and is only 2 kilometers from modern Melbourne CBD. Cremorne is marked by its Victorian terraces and cottages, most of which have been renovated into modern homes.
Despite the proximity the CBD, residents don’t have to leave their neighborhood for shopping and restaurants. Cremorne's Swan Street is one of Melbourne's most popular shopping and dining strips and you'll find art galleries, cafes, restaurants, and bars packed into this small suburb. One of the more distinguished venues is the Cherry Tree Hotel, which dates back to 1860 and used to be the favored drinking spot for the city's criminal element.
Cremorne is mainly a single’s suburb or a place for couples without children. Most residents live in a mix of modern high-rises, converted warehouse and factory apartments, older single and double cottages, and modern townhouses. Unfortunately, a prime location and vibrant lifestyle have made rent in Cremorne pretty steep and buying is even more expensive. But if you have the cash, Cremorne is an exciting place to live.
Cremorne is bordered on the north and east by Richmond, on the south by the Yarra River, and on the west by by the sprawling sports and entertainment area of Yarra Park.
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