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|Territory||Prince Edward Island|
|Size||?? sq km / ?? sq mi|
The Cavendish Estates consist of both a sprawling piece of farmland and the second-largest town on the island. The Estates themselves are a sprawling farmland, once used to grow a wide variety of foods. Many of them can still be found growing, though the neat rows of planting have long since fallen into disarray. The town is low-slung and clustered around the two processing plants, boasting a racetrack and several decaying bars as primary entertainment. The sprawling complex's buildings tower above the housing, ominous and strange. Though not entirely unpleasant, the Cavendish Estates are a strange place for many Luperci.
2.1 Green Gables
Green Gables is the name of a circa-19th century farm in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, Canada. It is one of the most notable literary landmarks in Canada. The Green Gables farm and its surroundings are the setting for the Anne of Green Gables novels by Lucy Maud Montgomery. The site is also known as Green Gables Heritage Centre.
Summerside is the town beside the Cavendish Estates. It is the second largest city in population terms within Prince Edward Island.
2.3 Cavendish Farms
Cavendish Farms was a Canadian farming company; one of their primary farms was located beside Summerside town, along with two of their factories.
Dalvay-by-the-Sea is located on the north shore of Prince Edward Island. The most significant feature of Dalvay is the Queen Anne Revival style hotel, originally constructed as a home for an American industrialist.