Disney’s Golden Oak Real Estate offers a one of a kind luxury community located within The Walt Disney World Resort®, just a short distance from the Windermere and Dr Phillips areas or Orlando. Designed for families with an acute affinity for Disney, Golden Oak offers residents the attention to detail and fine quality that Disney is famous for. Set on 980 acres of land, half of which are dedicated conservation areas, Golden Oak real estate offers 81 unique and custom home sites that all adhere to the highest standards of quality and pristine beauty.
Developed by a team of Florida’s best custom builders, homes in Golden Oak reflect six Mediterranean and Caribbean styles of architecture, each meticulously chosen and developed to meet the highest expectations of the finest tastes. Residents live in a private Disney retreat with excellent amenities, the beautiful Summerhouse clubhouse, and concierge services that make true luxury living a reality. Comprised of four distinct communities: Carolwood, Kimball Trace, Marceline, and Silverbrook. Every small detail has been subject to rigorous scrutiny, from the layout of the streets to the pathways to the Summerhouse clubhouse, in order to create true resort like living and amenities in a residential community. For families that have a deep love for Disney, Golden Oak at the Walt Disney World Resort is truly a place where dreams do come true.
Golden Oak consists of three different types of single family homes: Village, Estate, and Grand Estate Homes. Set on a quarter acre of land, Village Homes feature Mediterranean styles of architecture. Estate Homes rest on a half-acre of land and have a range of architectural styles from Tuscan, Venetian, Italianate, Spanish Revival, and Colonial. Grand Estate Homes feature similar styles to Estate Homes, but occupy up to three-quarter acres of land and accommodate larger families. Golden Oak real estate is divided into four distinct neighborhoods, each community showcasing its own special qualities, with home prices starting from $1.8 million and up.