Daufuskie, Callawassie and Spring Island

Have you thought about living far away from it all? Well perhaps Private Island Real Estate is what you are looking for. Some of the options in the Lowcountry are Callawassie or Spring Island and if you have a boat or are okay with a ferry ride than homes or a villa on Daufuskie Island is the way to go. In between Bluffton and Beaufort SC off Hwy 170 are two islands that are easily assessable by car.

First, member owned Callawassie Island will only ever have 726 home sites and many of them are quite affordable. With a 27 hole course designed by Tom Fazio, the Dogwood, Magnolia and Palmetto courses will have your golf fix taken care of, or perhaps the 6 Har-Tru Tennis Courts is what you want. More activities include boating from the four community docks, fitness center or walking amongst the natural setting in the first community in SC to certified Community Wildlife Habitat by the Natural Wildlife Federation.

Spring Island is just beyond Callawassie Island and is a 3,200 acre nature preserve and has just 400 members. This Island truly has a partnership with nature…

Oceanfront Real Estate Daufuskie Island

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Private Island Real Estate

…especially with the Spring Island Trust to maintain the Islands environment and cultural history. The Old Tabby Links by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay was restored in 2012 and plays amazingly well. Other amenities include an equestrian center, Hunt Club, the Farm and a sports complex that includes a delightful pool, tennis courts and more.

Daufuskie Island is just off Hilton Head Island but feels like a step back in time as the only way to get there is by boat (ferry or personal). There is the member only community Haig Point, a semi private golf community in Bloody Point and homes & villas in the unincorporated area of the Island. There is golf and tennis on the island but the wide beaches on the island and Spanish moss covered roadways make you feel like you are a world away from the hustle and bustle of life. Once on the island you get around by golf cart and an attraction especially popular with locals and day trippers alike is Marshside Mommas.