Prince Edward Island Real Estate

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About Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island, Canada’s smallest province, is best known for its picturesque landscape and rich agriculture. This province boasts an abundance of countryside scenery, including its world-famous red soil, beautiful rolling hills, and a multitude of sandy beaches. Between island-grown potatoes, freshly caught lobster and the Fall Flavours Festival, this province is filled with culinary delights.

Many that call this province home find themselves living in Charlottetown. With a rich history, this city is best known for its many beautiful victorian-era family homes and eleven National Historic Sites. With such a diverse collection of interesting entertainment, culinary and educational activities, it is easy to see why so many call Prince Edward Island home.

Canada’s smallest province has a unique charm that you won’t find anywhere else. So whether you are looking for adventures into the rugged wilderness or perhaps a fun night out on the town, PEI has it all.

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Fun Facts
  • Known as the Birthplace of Confederation of Canada due to the first meeting about Canada's confederation having taken place in PEI's capital city, Charlottetown, in 1864.
  • The Hainan Province of China is considered the sister province of PEI after trades and opportunities discussions took place in 2001.
  • PEI features more than 30 golf courses.
  • The world-famous book series, Anne of Green Gables was written by Lucy Maud Montgomery, who was originally from Clifton, PEI.
  • PEI is famous for its red soil, caused by the soil's high iron content which oxidizes with the air.
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