Disney's Golden Oak Residential Resort Community
Golden Oak at Walt Disney World
Have you ever wanted to live at Walt Disney World? I'm not talking about in Celebration, the community just outside of Disney (which is no longer Disney owned, sad). I mean right there, somewhere between Cinderella's Castle and Spaceship Earth.
Well, now you can.
Welcome to Golden Oak. A 980-acre community of luxury custom, single-family homes in Walt Disney World Resort master-planned by Walt Disney Imagineering.
Once complete, Golden Oak will have 450 homes and a Four Seasons hotel. Homeowners will have access to services such as private Disney park tours, holiday home decorating, grocery delivery, concierge service, a golf course, a fitness facility, a full-service spa, and more.
Wondering where the name came from? Golden Oak is named after Walt’s Golden Oak Ranch in California.
Based on the map above I wondered if this new community would be replacing Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort. The answer is no. It's the former site of what was once planned to be the Eagle Pines Disney Vacation Club Resort. It's located between Fort Wilderness and Port Orleans Resort near Bonnet Creek Golf Club.
8 premium custom-home sites, each 3/4 acre.
17 custom-home sites from 1/4 to 3/4 of an acre.
19 home sites, each 1/2 acre.
A Tuscan-inspired village of courtyard homes.
Types of Homes
$1.5 million up to $2 million
$2 million up to $3 million
Grand Estate Homes
$3 million and up
Hardcover: 192 pages
Video of Disney's Golden Oak Site as of 10/22/10
Four Seasons Resort
The proposed Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort will have 445 rooms, an 18-hole golf course designed by Tom Fazio, a spa, specialty restaurants, and facilities for private events.
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