Lougheed House, Calgary

Lougheed House (also known as Beaulieu) is a grand sandstone mansion that was built in 1891 for James and Isabella Lougheed. Lougheed House is now a National and Provincial Historic Site and Museum. The quality of the design, materials and furnishings reflected their wealth and prestige. At the time the population was under 4,000 making the Lougheeds among Calgary’s most influential citizens at the time.

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