Built in 1891 by Senator James Alexander Lougheed, the Lougheed House is a historic sandstone mansion located in Calgary, Alberta's Beltline neighbourhood. This massive home was once the social and political hub for prominent Calgary residents in the early 20th century. Today, Lougheed House boasts a museum, event space, and restaurant, and is recognized as both a Provincial Historic Site and a National Historic Site of Canada.
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