The New Four Seasons Development Is For The Whole Family

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Known for their incredible, luxurious resorts, residential properties, and retreats, the Four Seasons is opening up in a new location, offering a unique balance its signature relaxing luxe lifestyles with the excitement of its new locale: Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. The new development, part of the Golden Oak gated residences on Disney World’s property, offers a series of beautiful residential properties.


Taking the kids to Disney World, a tradition of childhood if there ever was one, no longer needs to mean cramming into the closest hotel room or needing to shake a mascots giant hand during every meal. These single-family homes range from 6,000 to 10,000 square feet and are built in Venetian, Italianate, or Spanish style. Priced at $5 million and up, the homes feature a pool, perfectly manicured lawns, and wide-open entertainment spaces. The community was also planned by Disney’s legendary team of Imagineers, known to be some of the greatest engineers in the world and responsible for designing everything from the parks to animation to communities like Golden Oak. While the best parts of the new development is that it’s not oversaturated with Disney branding in every corner, bedrooms can also be decorated at the owners behest with Disney themes for children’s rooms.


In addition to being only a few minutes drive to the bulk of Disney Parks in the area, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Typhoon Lagoon, and Magic Kingdom, the residences are also right next to the Four Season’s resort in Orlando, and residents of the community have access to all the amenities of the resort from the Tranquillo Golf Club to six different restaurants, to the resort’s five-acre water park. Outside of the theme parks, the area is also home to expansive nature preserves in Florida. To those with kids, the trip to Disney World is far from the sought-after experience it is to children. These residences offer the perfect balance to the family with an oasis to escape to that still feels like vacation in between trips to the park to meet Mickey and Minnie.

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