Lougheed House

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The Lougheed House museum, aka Beaulieu, was built in 1891 and expanded in 1907. It was the mansion of Senator James Alexander Lougheed, his wife Lady Isabella Hardisty, and their six children. The house is said to be haunted by members of the family. Lady Isabella’s apparition has been seen as an elderly lady in period clothing, looking out of the front window. The house museum offers tours and has a restaurant on the first floor.

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707 13 Avenue Southwest
Calgary, AB T2R 0K8, Canada

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51.0406846, -114.07723759999999
Division No. 6
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