The Setting

Welcome to the Top of the Hill, Irishtown, P.E.I.

This unique house is located on one of the highest points of land in Prince Edward Island, and forms part of a 300 acre estate of meadows, farm and woodland. Within sight of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the house and nearby barn were long used as a landmark by fishing vessels and sea mariners far out at sea to guide them back to shore.

The house is centrally located, yet far removed from the hustle and bustle of the more crowded tourist areas of Prince Edward Island.

“Top of the Hill” is part of a 300-acre estate combining two farms that were in the Mann family for well over a century. On the opposite side of the Irishtown Road from the house, a 66-acre parcel contains a beautiful stand of maple and spruce. The house itself is located on the farm of 110 acres which belonged to the owner’s grandfather, and adjoins another 130 acres that belonged to the owner’s great-grandfather.

Walking to the back of the property some 2 kms. from the house, you will be constantly amazed by the beautiful vistas of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Southwest River, Malpeque Bay, and the hills and valleys of the P.E.I. countryside.

Scenery from Top of the Hill

Scenery from Top of the Hill