Disney is marketing homes in Golden Oak’s newest neighborhood, The Cottages at Symphony Grove. The community name is a homage to “Silly Symphonies,” which is fitting for the cozy aesthetic of these new homes.
Golden Oak is a Disney Resort community located inside Walt Disney World Resort. Many people drive by the community entrance while traveling to Magic Kingdom. It’s incredible to be able to enjoy a luxury home without need to leave the Disney Resort property.
The Golden Oak neighborhood, was inspired by Walt Disney’s Golden Oak Ranch in Newhall, California. The ranch was a filming location for segments of the Mickey Mouse Club in the 1950s and received its name when some say gold was discovered under an oak tree in the mid 1800s. After “tremendous interest,” Disney Imagineers worked together to design the 980-acre neighborhood. There are almost 300 hundreds on the site of Golden Oak.
The Cottages at Symphony Grove is the latest neighborhood addition for Golden Oak. The concept art shown here is for Medley Cottage, which starts at $3,975,000 for home prices. The official description of the Cottages at Symphony Grove describes it as follows:
Celebrating the art and craft of creating livable spaces, this charming cottage is a blend of beauty and functionality. With its signature Craftsman eaves, natural materials and traditional front porch, the home exudes casual elegance. An open floorplan invites conversation while a seamless sightline draws the eye to the cozy outdoor living area, pool and spa.
This neighborhood serves as a wonderful addition to the master plan of Golden Oak. These contemporary homes range in size between 1,800 and 3,800 square feet on one-fifth acre lots. Lastly, the beautiful Lullaby Park will be the community centerpiece of these cottages.
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