Grandmother’s House, built in the early years of The Second Age, was the home of Charlotte Goose during the time of War of Western Aggression. A Wonderlandian Historic Landmark since the establishment of that register, it is located on the edge of the Forest of Fangs and is nominally within the city limits of Covenant (capital city of the Wonderlandian province of Promiseland).
Once the childhood home of Promiseland’s famous Queen Marnie Miller, the quaint cottage was passed down through the junior branch of the family for generations. Eventually, during the time of the aforementioned Charlotte Goose, it was the epicenter of the movement to unite the seven kingdoms of the south into one United Kingdom of Wonderland. It was here, within these walls, that Charlotte Goose pieced together the evidence which proved her granddaughter, Frieda Jacobs, was descended from the seven queens and therefore the rightful Queen of Wonderland.
Built by Frederick Miller and his wife Joan Charles in the months after they wandered into Eden after the collapse of their iteration of reality, it was the home where their daughter Marnie, the future Queen Consort of Promiseland, would be born nine months later.
After Joan died during childbirth, Frederick turned to drink and began boasting of his daughter’s beauty—the only thing he felt like he could be proud of anymore. Eventually the tales grew taller and taller, until Frederick was telling stories of magic Marnie possessed. She could spin straw into gold, he told one of the king’s men at a pub one evening. And that’s when the family's troubles began.
It was in Frederick’s cottage near the Forest of Fangs that Marnie made her infamous deals with the halfling trickster Rumpelstiltskin. It was in the cottage that Frederick would drink himself to death after his daughter went off and married. And later—much later—after Marnie’s descendant, the aforementioned Charlotte Goose, began to plot for the rise of Wonderland, that the Big Bad Wolf would attempt to the dirty work of the neighboring Empire of Oz and murder Goose and her granddaughter.
An attempt that didn’t go well and eventually led to the War of Western Aggression.