Daufuskie Island

Daufuskie Island's recorded history traces back to pre-Revolutionary times. The island was home to a sizable population of Gullah inhabitants — the descendants of freed slaves — from the end of the Civil War until very recently. The island is split into five parts. To the northeast is Haig Point, a private, member-owned residential club with around 150 year-round residents and more than 225 homes. Haig Point offers award-winning amenities, including golf, tennis, equestrian, swimming pools, restaurants and more. South of Haig Point is the Daufuskie Resort, Melrose on the Beach. Formerly a private vacation club with an emphasis on golf and tennis and offering a private residential component, this is now a publicly accessible resort. Further south on the eastern side of the island is Oak Ridge, a small undeveloped oceanfront community, followed by Bloody Point, a semi-private residential and golf club community. The western part of the island is unincorporated land.

Daufuskie Island Amenities

  • Golf
  • Ferry Access
  • Restaurants
  • Tennis
  • Equestrian
  • Walking Paths
  • Private Beaches
See Duke and Linda Delcher's Daufuskie Island listings here.

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