Windermere is one of the most recognized communities in all of Florida let alone Central Florida. The town of Windermere is surrounded on all sides by the pristine Butler Chain of Lakes. Grand estate homes grace the shorelines in exclusive neighborhoods like Isleworth, Keene’s Point, Bay Hill, and Lake Butler Sound. The nightly Walt Disney World fireworks are visible in the distance, and Universal Studios and Sea World are also right around the corner.
A world renowned, 600-acre luxury home community nestled on the glistening shores of the Butler Chain of Lakes. That’s life in Isle Worth. 7 out of 10 lakes kiss Isleworth’s property, inviting residents to enjoy boating, jet skiing, wake boarding, fishing and more, year round.
Isleworth is famous for its spectacular 18-hole championship golf course that biannually hosts the Tavistock Cup—a PGA TOUR sanctioned event that showcases golf’s finest PGA professionals in a team competition. Its tennis facility is second to none. Residents can take advantage of year-round children’s programs. Most impressive, Isleworth is one of Central Florida’s safest communities thanks to its private world-class security force.
About Golden Oak
Golden Oak at Walt DisneyWorld® Resort is a residential resort community where families can live in the embrace of luxury, privacy and the magic of Disney. This gated community features distinctive neighborhoods of magnificent homes, expansive natural preserves and inviting amenities— including Resident Services, a private clubhouse and a unique opportunity to experience the many things Disney has to offer. Also underway at Golden Oak is Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt DisneyWorld® Resort, that will host an 18-hole golf course, spa and restaurants.
To learn more about this one-of- a-kind opportunity to bring together family, friends and cherished Disney traditions, visit the Golden Oak website or watch the Golden Oak video.
About Lake Nona
Lake Nona Golf & Country Club is nestled amidst a canopy of tall oaks, pines, and cypress trees, and features a world renowned Tom Fazio designed championship golf course bordered by over 1,000 acres of sparkling lakes. Central to all that Orlando has to offer, Lake Nona is enhanced by new world class education, wellness and recreational amenities. With homes ranging from $1 to over $7 million, there is no other place like it in Central Florida. Conveniently located 15 minutes east of the Orlando International Airport. The downtown Orlando entertainment district, charming Winter Park shopping area, major attractions like Disney World, Universal Studios, and East Coast beaches are all within a 30 minute drive.
Recognized by Travel & Leisure Golf (a top U.S. magazine) as one of the top 15 golf communities in the U.S. Lake Nona provides a host of amenities and for the entire family. In addition to the golf course and 1,000 acres of pristine lakes, there is a grand clubhouse with multiple dining options, an 18 room Guest Lodge, a Bath & Racquet Club, fitness center, and endless miles of paved paths for walking, jogging, and biking.
The club is the cornerstone for the entire Lake Nona Region, a 7,000 acre master-planned community that will be home to world class education, medical and recreational facilities, a science and technology park, diverse work spaces, retail centers and entertainment choices.
About Bella Collina
Inspired by the spirit of Tuscany, Bella Collina’s spectacular rolling hills, cobblestone roads and amazing lake and golf course views will take your breath away like no Central Florida community can. Located just twenty minutes form downtown Orlando and protected from the chaos of the busy city life. Experience the lavish lifestyle that is second to none. Experience Bella Collina.
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Since the opening of Walt Disney World in 1971, Orlando has been best known as a leading tourist destination with approximately 52 million tourists arriving each year to visit Walt Disney World, Sea World, Universal Studios, MGM Studios, Kennedy Space Center and various other attractions in the Central Florida area. Apart from tourism, Orlando has also established itself as a sophisticated business and industrial center. In 1956, the aerospace and defense company Lockheed Martin established itself as a mainstay in Orlando, and other leading corporations calling Orlando home include Darden Restaurants, Loews Hotels, Florida Hospital, and Electronic Arts. Additionally, Orlando is home to the Orlando Magic professional basketball team and a number of leading colleges and graduate schools including Rollins College and the University of Central Florida, the third largest university in the country.
In the 1990s, Orlando became a recognized center for popular music and film production with close ties to some of the biggest names in entertainment. The Florida Film Festival hosts one of the most respected regional film festivals in the country while the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center attracts national theatrical tours on a regular basis. The Kerouac House, where Jack Kerouac lived while his famous novel On the Road was being published, now houses aspiring writers creating their own masterpieces.
The best part of Orlando may lie in its natural beauty. Orlando is rivaled only by the Twin Cities in the number of natural lakes in its metropolitan area, which include the pristine Butler Chain of Lakes in Windermere, the Winter Park Chain of Lakes, the Conway Chain of Lakes and the Clermont Chain of Lakes. With the abundance of water and a subtropical climate, residents enjoy boating and fishing year round, and many of the top professional water skiers and wake boarders make Orlando their home on a year round basis. And for ocean lovers, the world famous Cocoa Beach and more laid back New Smyrna Beach are both less than an hour away.