Lougheed House, also known as Beaulieu, is a grand sandstone prairie mansion built in 1891 and served as home to Senator James Alexander Lougheed, Lady Isabella Hardisty Lougheed, their six children and staff. Their house was a political and social hub of this young and fast-growing prairie center, and received many renowned visitors. In later years it served as a training centre during the war and as the Red Cross blood donor clinic. Today it is a museum with lovely gardens and a cafe open to the public as a fine example of prairie sandstone architecture.
Address: 707 – 13 Avenue SW
Telephone: (403) 244-6333
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