455 Rue Saint Pierre

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455 Rue Saint Pierre, built in 1865, once belonged to American sympathizer Pierre du Calvert during the American Revolution. It has been visited by Benjamin Franklin as well as other famous folk, and is said to be haunted by the ghost of Pierre’s wife Mary-Louise. The building was made over into loft-style apartments in the early 2000s and has been featured on Creepy Canada.

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455 Rue Saint Pierre
Montreal, Quebec

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45.5021354, -73.5579861
Nearest Towns:
Montreal, QC (1.2 mi.)
Westmount, QC (2.4 mi.)
Le Moyne, QC (2.8 mi.)
Longueuil, QC (2.9 mi.)
Outremont, QC (3.0 mi.)
Saint-lambert-chambly, QC (3.1 mi.)
Saint-lambert, QC (3.1 mi.)
Greenfield Park, QC (3.6 mi.)
Lafleche, QC (3.6 mi.)
Verdun, QC (3.6 mi.)


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