As a resident of Disney Golden Oak, you'll get a 24-hour concierge to book tickets to the parks, schedule VIP tours, help plan dinners and parties, create Disney holiday decor, provide private transportation to any destination within Walt Disney World and to make spa appointments and tee-times. They’ll even arrange baby-sitting.
Bring the whole family: a home at Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort. Properties were designed to be vacation homes, but 30 percent of Disney Golden Oak residents live there full-time.
Tuscan-inspired homes in the Kimball Trace neighborhood of Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort, which start at $1.8 million.
The custom-designed kitchens in Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort houses are still subject to strict architectural standards (although residents can express personality thanks to "hidden Mickeys.")
Summerhouse dining facility Markham's at Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort attracts the best staff ("cast members") from other top Disney restaurants like the AAA Five-Diamond Victoria and Albert's.
Bedrooms at the Four Seasons Orlando at Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort, opening in summer 2014 will feature views of Epcot and the Magic Kingdom.
The marquee, top-floor suite at Four Seasons Orlando Walt Disney World features sweeping 360 views that include the nightly firework shows at nearby Epcot.
Four Seasons Orlando at Walt Disney World will include an adults-only pool, plus a family pool with lazy river. Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort residents will have all-access.
Tyler's Lounge at Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort Summerhouse. All residents are required to join Summerhouse clubhouse, with fees more than $22,500 per year.
While Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort residents can enjoy the pool at Summerhouse clubhouse and the Four Seasons Orlando at Walt Disney World, why bother when there's a gorgeous pool in your own backyard?
For some, the love of Disney goes above and beyond a mere vacation to Florida with the kids. That's why there's Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort, a gated community that features 400 luxury, custom homes ranging from $1.8 million to $7 million.