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The island is split into five parts.
To the northeast is the Haig Point Club, a private, member-owned residential club with around 150 year-round residents and over 225 homes. Cedar Cove is a small community within the gates of Haig Point, though not associated with Haig Point, offering private islands and share dockage on the Cooper River.
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. Farther south on the eastern side of the island is Oak Ridge, a small beach front Community consisting of Single Family Craftsman Style Homes. Beachfield is a smaller component within the gates of Oak Ridge offering smaller lots, followed by Bloody Point, a beachfront semi-private public golf club community consisting of estate size single family homes on large lots.
The western part of the island is unincorporated. The central portion of the island is comprised of several dozen residents living in a variety of accommodations, from trailers to beautiful waterfront homes with private docks This section of the island received federal designation as a Historical District in the early 1980s, According to a study conducted by the Savannah College of Art and Design, the island has excellent examples of Gullah homes which have not been altered. There are descendants of the Gullah people living in this area on land which they have owned since just after the Civil War.