Vacation Homes for Sale near Disney

For those considering purchasing property in Orlando, Florida, it’s easy to understand why people fall in love with a city that earned the name “The City Beautiful.” Orlando was incorporated as a city in 1885 after officially being a town for only ten years. Before then, the area of modern-day Orlando had suffered dramatically because of the Union blockade during the Civil War. In the 1870s, the Reconstruction Era spurred an enormous population boom at a time when only 85 residents lived there. The city experienced an era known as Orlando’s Golden Era between 1875 and 1895 when it becomes the nation’s citrus industry hub. The Curry family was one of the most influential families and homesteaders in the area in those days. The Econlockhatchee River flowed through the family’s property located in the eastern portion of what is now modern-day Orlando. Travelers frequently forded the river on their farm in a place that is now Curry Road, named for the family that once owned the property.

When it comes to things to do in Orlando, Florida, you will never find a dull moment. Of course, there are a lot of well-known attractions that draw people to this city. One example everyone in the world has heard of, and that is Walt Disney World located at Walt Disney World Resort. This wonderous theme park was meant to supplement Disneyland in Anaheim, California. Among a long list of attractions, Walt Disney World features the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom, Disney's Boardwalk, as well as a long list of others. Furthermore, Walt Disney World has a few other resorts in a conglomerate that offer a variety of spa treatments including Disney's Coronado Springs Resort and Disney's Grand Floridian. Then you have Universal Orlando 6000 Universal Boulevard, which is also a theme park and resort. The attractions at Universal Orlando have been designed after the film industry, offering guests themed dining and shopping venues, as well as various events that take place throughout the year. If you’re lucky, you may run into an actual film crew taping scenes for an upcoming film or television show. In addition to that, you will love going to Orlando’s malls. One mall that is very popular is The Mall at Millenia located at 4200 Conroy Road. A few of the high-end retailers at The Mall at Millenia include Burberry, Salvatore Ferragamo, Gucci, Emporio Armani, among others. Restaurants include California Pizza Kitchen, Johnny Rockets, P.F. Chang's, as well as others.

If you’re shopping around for vacation homes in Orlando for sale, then luck is on your side! You will find a vast selection of houses on the market in several different residential communities that include Celebration's West Village, Formosa Gardens Estates, Windsor at Westside, Doctor Phillips, among others. Many of the vacation homes in Orlando have been designed featuring fantastic models such as Chateau, Mediterranean, Cordoba, Contemporary, and more. These homes offer great features such as resort style living, private pools, modern laminate wood floors, Chef-style kitchens, granite countertops, large yards, and the list goes on. If townhomes or villas are what you’re seeking, there are plenty of resale and newly constructed models to choose from. Furthermore, vacation homes in Orlando include luxurious penthouses, stylish condominiums, and cozy apartment. All of these types of dwellings feature a long list of exceptional amenities as well, including floor to ceiling thermal windows with panoramic views, custom cabinetry, enormous master closets, breakfast bars, and so much more. In addition to that, if you’re looking to buy land Orlando, all sorts of lots of different sizes and zoned for residential and commercial are on the market. As you may know, vacation homes in Orlando are hot commodities and don’t stay on the market long. If you see something that meets your fancy, don’t hesitate to contact us today to schedule a viewing or to ask a question or two.