For those who dream of more than a Orlando vacation rentals, in late April began the sales of the last lots available in Golden Oak, the only home condo in Walt Disney World Resort. The construction of the new neighborhood, Kingswell, will be soon and the value of homes already completed, starts at $ 3 million.
The houses of Kingswell, all tailored to the preferences of buyers, will be inspired by the architecture and European design, with influences from the Caribbean, and will have between 460 and 650m². In all, 53 new lots for sale, many with a beautiful view of the lake.
“Golden Oak offers its residents the very best in luxury experiences and a unique opportunity to live in Walt Disney World Resort,” said vice president of Disney Resort Real Estate Development in disclosure to the press. “We will be very happy to receive the future residents of the brand new Kingswell, a place where families can enjoy unforgettable moments for generations,” he added.
In the new district is also planned to build a park with a green area that will be open to all residents. Next to the park, will be a bronze sculpture of Pinocchio, a new acquisition of the collection of sculptures present in the common areas of Golden Oak, which features sophisticated interpretations of classic Disney.
Following the tradition of always having a history as a backdrop, the choice of name for the new area was because it was called Kingswell the street that Walt and Roy Disney created their first studio in Hollywood – the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio – where in 1924, they produced Alice Comedies, a series that mixes animation and live-action.
Like all other owners, the future residents of Kingswell will become members of the Golden Oak Club, which offers many benefits and facilities such as access to Summerhouse, a private club that offers modern gym and fitness area, pool and the amazing Markham’s , considered one of Disney’s best restaurants complex.
Those who buy a home in Disney can also take advantage of the services offered by the Resident Services team, which includes, among other things, a concierge available to help with anything you need: from transportation to the parks to reservations in spas, restaurants or special events.
Kingswell is the sixth district to be built in Golden Oak since the project was announced in 2010. Two years later, the community began to receive its first residents and, in 2015, announced the start of sales of the Four Seasons Private Residences.