Did you know you can live at Walt Disney World? Golden Oak is a luxurious neighborhood tucked away in the heart of Walt Disney World. Recently a member of the Bacardi Rum family spent more than $3 million to purchase a picturesque home in Golden Oak.
According to a report from the Orlando Business Journal Hilda Maria Bacardi purchased a home inside Golden Oak for $3.2 million. Hilda is a direct descendant of the founder of Bacardi. There is currently no word on if this is a vacation home or a full-time residence.
OBJ went on to say that despite the pandemic demand is high for homes inside of Golden Oak:
…the luxury home sector is a bright spot in Central Florida, as the region’s warm weather and relatively low home prices draw affluent buyers from across the country to ritzy communities like Golden Oak and Windermere’s Isleworth Golf & Country Club….
In addition to home’s features, living in Golden Oak gives a resident access to its many amenities. Those include a private clubhouse, pool and fitness center. Of course, Golden Oak also provides easy access to Walt Disney World Resort’s four theme parks and two water parks, with Epcot less than four miles from the neighborhood.
“Nobody can come close to the amenities Disney provides,” Tony Davids, a Realtor at Celebration-based Tony Davids Homes LLC, previously told OBJ.
Golden Oak is highly coveted for its location and luxury. Not to mention those additional benefits for the Disney lovers who choose to live there. If you purchase a Golden Oak home, of course, the usual upscale benefits will apply, such as a gym and resort-style pool.
But being at the exclusive residences at Disney World you will also get transportation to the parks and concierge service to help plan your Disney visit! Plus many other amenities when you are part of the Club at Golden Oak that center around the Walt Disney World Resort.
Golden Oak out of your price range? There are incredible homes that are minutes away from the theme parks in the Central Florida area. Click here to see our guide to purchasing an Orlando area home with theme parks in mind.
If you could, would you spend $3 million on a home in Golden Oak? Let us know in the comments!