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A dilapidated old farm that has passed hands from an elderly couple to Romulea Forester. After some hard work, the brambles and weeds have been cut back and the rocks and roots have been pulled out of the garden. Still, only mice and other wild creatures inhabit the small barn, but Rom hopes to get some chickens soon.
A pretty burgundy farm sits connected to two fields. Once a derelict site, Kythaela and Gavin both worked together to renovate it into their dream farm. As a result of certain circumstances, one of the fields is now empty as Kythaela and her pet fox, Rain, are the only two to permanently reside here.
A Ranch in ownership of the Benson Family for years. A little rundown in areas but in recent years it has shaped up, thanks to the efforts of David and his Great Nephew, Barrett. Many horses can be seen grazing in the open pasture. Products of the Ranch include Wine and Eggs sold locally.
Despite being centuries old and having braved many a storm, Barker Farm still remains well-kept. A gravel path leads up to the stone house which sites near the farm lane. Beyond the house lay acres and acres of land featuring rows of crops, different depending on the season. The grass always remains neatly trimmed, the fodder sold to nearby ranches. All of the land is enclosed within a picket fence painted white, and plots of flowers grow at the entrance gate.
Declan McCreery's home is a small, two story house that's located within walking distance of Echowind Coast. It's a simple house, but Declan doesn't feel the need for anything fancy when it's only him, especially since he spends most of his time at the fire station.
Located at the far edge of Wildflower Road rests a small cabin that is only a rock's throw away from Echowind Coast. Obscured within the woods and flowers is a path that leads from the road to the amenities of the coastline. Brantley Cabin is owned by Jonas Brantley and is located on a small parcel of land totaling to a modest acre.
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