The Historic District of Daufuskie is comprised of the west side of the island, and is the home of individuals living in diverse accommodations, everything from trailers to waterfront mansions.
The Historic District of Daufuskie includes about one half of the entire island on the Intracoastal Waterway and Cooper River. The Historic District is not yet developed in the same way as Haig Point, Melrose, Oakridge, or Bloody Point; and home sites are accessed by county maintained dirt roads.
The Historic District properties are incredibly serene; some river front lots are over 5 acres in size and include private docks, wells, and utilities. This part of Daufuskie is not covered under a uniform CCR or construction rules, and provides homeowners with the full latitude to build homes that meet personal styles and preferences.
Prices in the Historic District vary widely, and typically are driven by location and view of the rivers and Sound. Property owners in the Historic District access the island by private boat or the Melrose ferry system.