Located on the southern most section of Daufuskie on the ocean-side, Bloody Point offers you large homesites, beautiful white sand beach and a wonderful partnership with nature. In fact, Bloody Point is home to one our most important neighbors, a pair of nesting Bald Eagles. Their nest, and their young each of the last four springs, are hard to miss as you walk down the 6th fairway of the Weiskopf/Morrish design. With just 110 home sites, Bloody Point is a indeed a paradise.
A truly private residential community, Haig Point occupies the northern tip of Daufuskie and offers its owner/members a pristine environment with small town charm. Your living arrangements run from duplex villas to single family residences with a variety of views to suit almost everyone. Add to that the world-class golf and tennis facilities and you have a truly remarkable place to call home.
With spanish moss hanging like lace from huge Live Oaks overhead and your footsteps muffled by the sandy roads beneath your feet, you will soon be moving to the slower pace of life that is Daufuskie. Discover more about the island as you visit the museum, drop in to the Mary Fields School (pictured here) where the teaching experiences of Pat Conroy spawned the book The Water is Wide or stop by one of several cemeteries that serve as a final resting place for many of our most important citizens.
Melrose derives its name from the rose brought to Daufuskie from Scotland by Captain Mongin. And the name has been with this community ever since. In Melrose you'll find a combination of single family residences, oceanfront villas and low rise condominiums all in the Low Country tradition. The active lifestyle permeates Melrose where you'll be surrounded by long salt marshes, the Jack Nicklaus Signature Melrose course, a beautiful Stan Smith Tennis Center, the equestrian stables and, of course, a true beach club complex with a fitness center and heated pool.