“Beaulieu” Mansion Reflects History in Beltline District of Calgary, Canada 

“Beaulieu” Mansion Reflects History in Beltline District of Calgary, Canada! Surrounding the historic Lougheed House in the heart of Calgary is the magnificently terraced landscape of the formal Beaulieu Gardens. It’s almost as though the prestigious mansion sits atop a pedestal of majestic affluence on 2.8 acres for all to see. Marble staircases, swan fountain, and winding walkways invite peace and tranquility. The Victorian home is a national treasure with its attention to detail in its rustic sandstone, elaborate stained glass windows, embellished hardware, Spanish mahogany walls, stately hardwood flooring, and ambient lighting. Without a doubt, this elegant mansion entertained on a grande scale as the hub for society. Self-guided tours are encouraged and guests are invited to dine on contemporary cuisine in a delightful atmosphere. 

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