How do you usually feel when you’re spending your last vacation day at Walt Disney World? Don’t you wish you could live there? Well, it turns out you can live at Disney World inside their luxurious Golden Oak community!
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.
Homes start in the mid-$2 million range and go up. Way up. The largest residence onsite is about 20,000 square feet. However, the home we are showing today is listed at $8.45 million and has over 9,050 square feet!
Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort Home for Sale – Beauvoir is a stately French Eclectic home that transcends beauty and style. This 9, 056 square foot home is perfect for entertaining and a modern lifestyle. Formal living and dining rooms greet you as you enter, but one could quickly step onto the covered patio and enjoy the luxurious outdoor living with pool and spa and spacious summer kitchen. Beauvoir is a place of magic, a fully-realized dream estate.
You can check out some of home listing’s photos below.
This home is certainly amazing!
Do you wish you could live in the Golden Oak community at Walt Disney World Resort? Maybe one day your wish will come true!
Also, feel free to contact me if you’re thinking about moving to Orlando area. I’m a realtor in the area and can help you find a home near Walt Disney World!
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Source: Disney’s Golden Oak and Florida MLS
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