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Rolling hills and beachside cliffs. Rust-hued soil broken by outcroppings of sedimentary rock. Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province both by land area and population, but its distinct landscape has an outsized place in the national imagination. It’s where Canadians dream of escaping to in search of simpler, quieter lives. “You never know what peace is until you walk on the shores or in the fields or along the winding red roads of Prince Edward Island in a summer twilight,” wrote Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables and one of Canada’s most famous writers.

Pale western red cedar wraps the residence’s upper level, while the bottom storey (actually three individual structures linked at the...
In PEI, a Getaway Home by Nine Yards Studio Embraces its Atlantic Setting

Stretching like a brushstroke across the rural landscape, a low-lying vacation property by the Charlottetown-based studio provides discreet yet expansive refuge for a big-city family.

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