©EDSA | Haig Point | Aerial view of meandering pathways


©EDSA | Haig Point | Beautiful view of a residence


Nestled amidst the tourist developments of the South Carolina coast lies Daufuskie Island. Haig Point, the northernmost plantation on the island, is a community with no cars or internal combustion vehicles. Instead, golf carts and horse-drawn carriages carry residents down the narrow, winding roadways made of shells.

©EDSA | Haig Point | Beautiful ocean view

The concept of Haig Point was established on the inherent remoteness and graceful pace of the island. Amenities include a 27-hole Rees Jones championship golf course, a tennis club, a swimming pool, an island ferry, 292 single-family lots, and 42 multi-family lots.

EDSA served as overall project team coordinator and site-work designer and was responsible for complete site analysis, land use planning, conceptual design, project management services, planning approvals, and permitting.

  • ©EDSA | Haig Point | Wetlands
  • ©EDSA | Haig Point | Horse and cart transport
  • ©EDSA | Haig Point | Water Feature

Project Details

    • Location Daufuskie Island, South Carolina
    • Client International Paper Realty Corporation
    • Scope Master Planning Services
      Detailed Design
    • Scale 1,050 Acres