Years ago there was a large farm in this area - something to do with PEI Government and an experimental farm. I don't know more than that.
The house style is unusual for a rural setting. It's an asymmetric, confused Queen Anne-like style with many additions and detailing. It features three bay windows - on the left the bay has a square projecting dormer above; on the right a simple bay window with hipped roof; and on the front a 2-storey bay appearing as a set-in tower with a bell roof. The house has a trapezoid gable/attic window and much gingerbread from eave brackets to verandah detailing. The shed roof porch on the right front and side was likely once an open verandah.Here's a link to a 360 degree view of the large room on the main floor, left side of the house. It looks like alot of files, file cabinet, etc. - must have been used as an office? Interesting!
Here's one of the barns on the property - there are 5 or 6 more - I just photographed the older barn. All is abandoned!