Prince Edward Island - Hidden Treasure

Real Estate Agent with Red Soil Real Estate Inc.

The beautiful Canadian province of Prince Edward Island is a "hidden treasure" that is being discovered by many fine Americans as well as other countries of the world. It is a small island that is linked to New Brunswick by the Confederation Bridge, and Nova Scotia by the Ferry Terminal at Wood Islands, and Caribou.

Visitors say "they love it" and sometimes we PEI citizens  wonder why. We don't have the best scenic beaches in the world although they are beautiful to the eye. Our two cities, Charlottetown and Summerside,  would nerver compare to the great New York city of other American cities. Our roads are fine but not superior to other areas of this great universe. We have a good economy but not a leader in the world. So, what is it that so appeals to the many visitors to Prince Edward Island that makes them want to come back or even buy property for a summer home or, to come here to live permanently. Maybe it is something that is not easily explaned, maybe there is a mystical attraction that Prince Edward Island exudes to its visitors. Could it be that the waters around Prince Edward Island are more than a combination of hydrogen and oxygen, and could it be that the Red Soil that distinguishes Prince Edward Island from most other parts of the world takes on a human trait that draws people to its uniqueness. Finally, maybe it's the combination of red cliffs and green grass that spell bounds those who behold its beauty.

Prince Edward Island is mystical, and alluring, and, yes, attractive to those who have the good fortune to discover its spiritual beauty.

George Jordan

Red Soil Real Estate

Prince Edward Island, Canada




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