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A view of the home on Vista Falls Drive in Golden Oak recently bought by the Pooler family.
A view of the home on Vista Falls Drive in Golden Oak recently bought by the Pooler family. (Golden Oak Realty)

A national insurance wholesaler to the auto industry and his real estate investor spouse paid $3.7 million last week for a home in Disney's Golden Oak community, buying from a Brazilian private equity executive.

Located on Vista Falls Drive in the exclusive resort development, the four-year-old custom home built by Jones Clayton Construction, Inc., features 6,788 square feet of conditioned area, with six bedrooms, eight baths and two powder rooms.

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The home boasts a three-car garage, expansive kitchen and wine room, separate guest suite, custom pool and outdoor living space. Ownership includes access to Golden Oak's Resident Services, concierge access to Disney parks, a clear view of nightly fireworks, private golf course and more.

See what builder and realtor sold a Golden Oak custom home for more than double the average home price in Disney's exclusive community.

The buyers were Gregg M. Pooler and Marcia A. Brooks Pooler, out of Palm Coast. Gregg is the president of Gotcha Covered Protection, Inc., a wholesaler of consumer insurance products to auto dealerships. Marcia manages family investments in residential real estate.

"Gregg and I chose Golden Oak because we loved the architecture and construction of the homes in this community over others in Central Florida," Marcia told GrowthSpotter. "We were drawn specifically to the types of adult activities scheduled throughout the year at the Summer House. We liked the fact that it offers the privacy we are looking for, while also affording us the opportunity to be a part of a place with a strong sense of community."

The sale closed on April 19, and was recorded Wednesday in Orange County.

The seller was FBF Investments of Florida, LLC, an affiliate of Fabricio Bossle, who is a partner in Sao Paulo-based private equity firm BZX Capital, Orlando resident and EB-5 investor in Orlando City Soccer's new stadium.

He previously paid $3.295 million in June 2012 for the newly-built home. Bossle told GrowthSpotter on Wednesday his family is having a new custom home built elsewhere in Orlando, which prompted the sale.

The property was listed by Golden Oak Realty, and the buyer was represented by Memory Hopkins Real Estate.

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