Property investment opportunities on Disney World’s doorstep

A luxury US real estate development a stone’s throw from Disney World has gone on sale, with developers saying sale and rental profits are likely to be high.

The Windsor Hills Reserve lies just a mile and a half from the theme park in Orlando, Florida, and features four, five and six-bedroom villas.

A “gated resort community”, the development’s homes include private grounds, two-car garages and private pools.

Mark Wilson, product acquisition manager at Propertyshowrooms.com, which is marketing the project, said: ”

High-specification build quality also makes these villas very desirable both as investments and excellent holiday homes.

“In view of the location and high standard of these villas, I am confident that they will come out on top, both in terms of capital growth in the long term and rental desirability.”

It is thought the luxury homes will be popular with holidaymakers on short and longer-term vacations, with rentals expected to top more than $6,000 (£3,029) per month for the more lavish residences.

The weakness of the US dollar in international exchange rates could also tempt international property investors to consider the development. On current rates of $1.9 to £1, an American home worth $400,000 would set a British investor back just £201,965.

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