This secluded family estate is the perfect vacation spot for an extended family or a group of friends. With an abundance of charm, character, and treasures, the 11.5 acre property will leave guests with many cherished memories. The century home contains nine bedrooms (eight with their own sink), a formal living and dining room, a breakfast room, den, kitchen, pantry, and laundry. There is plenty of everything needed for entertaining a large group. It's just a five-minute drive from Brudenell Resort. The resort includes Brudenell and Dundarave (two 18-hole championship golf courses), a 9 hole executive course, as well as horseback riding, canoeing, dining facilities and a spa. Charlottetown is just 40 minutes away. The 1930's dance pavilion is adjacent to the house, and was built when the property became a hotel (1930-1940). Guests would travel by train, car, and horse to The Highlands -- to the dances that were held there. Two room-length balconies are perched over the plank dance floor; and a ping-pong table, basketball net, and snooker table are available for recreation. The Pavilion also has a powder room, kitchen with sink, propane stove, fridge, and a barbecue on the veranda. It is a wonderful place to eat or relax in the many comfortable chairs and couches -- enjoying the beautiful weather from the veranda or a warming fire inside.