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About Norma Jenkins

 As a 22+ year resident of Daufuskie Island it is a great privilege to share my magical island with prospective buyers. It is a wonderful place to live, where young people have the freedom to come and go as they play, neighbors become lifelong friends who care for each other, daily living is more relaxed and the beauty and sounds of nature are everywhere. 

When you come to visit you will experience the true meaning of community and, if you join us, you will become part of a very welcoming family.  That's what many dream of finding but don't believe is possible.  Come dip your toe in the ocean, marvel at the peace and quiet, explore the meaning of "place" as you journey to the other side of the water.  It is all here....come see for yourself.

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