Finally! The place where the girl behind the girl lived . . . sort of. Authoress Montgomery lived in a house on this site with her grandparents, Alexander and Lucy Macneill, from 1876 (when she was 21 months old) until 1911. She wrote Anne of Green Gables and her other books at the home, which unfortunately is no longer standing; visitors can roam the grounds and read interpretive signs and plaques about the property's literary history. There's also a small bookshop featuring books by and about the author. Again, as with so many others around the area, this site is mainly of interest to die-hard Anne buffs, but it does also give a nice flavor of the surroundings in which she worked and from which she drew inspiration.