Orlando-based Jones Clayton Construction Inc. sold a recently completed custom home in Disney's Golden Oak development, and the sales price was more than double the average home price for the last 12 months in the exclusive resort community.
The two-story, 7,655-square-foot home sold for $6.84 million, or $894 per square foot. The listing agent was Anna McKee of Golden Oak Realty.
The purchaser was a South Florida company, EMSA Real Estate, Inc. Paperwork filed with the state lists Mauricio Torres and Francisco Torres as president and vice president of the company. The buyer and seller declined to comment on the sale.
Data from the Orange County Property Appraiser's office shows that during the past year, 12 homes have sold for a combined total of $33 million in all phases of the Golden Oak neighborhoods. The average home price during that time was $2.75 million.
More high-dollar home sales are expected in the near future. Golden Oaks Development, Disney's real estate division overseeing the build-out of the community, has sold 17 vacant parcels in the last 12 months. The combined sales price of those lots was $13.7 million for an average of $804,000. Most parcels are under 0.5 acres in size.
The Jones Clayton Construction home features a two-story great room with an outdoor lanai, pool and spa. The home has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, three powder rooms, and two guest suites, one of which is detached. The master suite, located on the second floor, has indoor and outdoor sitting lounges.
Other amenities include a formal dining space, second floor study, elevator, and three-car garage. The home sits on 0.44 acres.
Jones Clayton Construction, founded in 1984, is headquartered in the Dr. Phillips area and specializes in custom homes ranging in size from 5,000 to 25,000 square feet.
Golden Oak is a resort community that is part of Disney's Four Seasons Private Residences Community. Included in the neighborhood's amenities are concierge access to Disney parks, a clear view of nightly fireworks shows, access to the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World, and a Tom Fazio-designed golf course.