New Disney incentive to sell Mickey Mouse homes in Florida

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

New Disney incentive to sell Mickey Mouse homes in Florida

Walt Disney has announced that anyone who completes on a home in its latest residential development in Orlando before the end of this year will get a VIP park pass for its Walt Disney World Resort, valid for five years.

Walt Disney's luxury property subdivision is currently building a wide selection of 450 homes in Florida spread across 980 acres, in the northeast corner of Walt Disney World, close to the Magic Kingdom.

Disney is constructing a range of properties, from small houses to mansions in Golden Oak, Orlando, as well as a large clubhouse for home owners in the development.

The 'Summerhouse', designed by Disney's creative engineers, Imagineers, will feature indoor and outdoor dining areas, a lounge with wine storage and full bar, a family room with dining area, a communal kitchen with occasional guest-chef appearances, a gymnasium, small pools and a changing facilities.

With demand for homes in Orlando increasing, the new Disney homes are sure to prove a hit with prospective buyers.

Read our guide to buying property in Florida or search for properties for sale in Orlando.

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A Place In The Sun