The stunning family villa is set in the prestigious gated community of The Sanctuary at West Haven and rest assured it has plenty to offer with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a large kitchen / breakfast area, spacious living area and a fabulous private pool with a stunning games room are just a few of things you can expect at our stunning villa property.The villa provides a true WOW factor to all arriving guests and is a perfect base for your vacation. What better way to enjoy your vacation than to stay in your own home away from home with over 2,300 sq ft of stunning indoor living space.
This truly stunning villa has it all. Located on the beautiful gated community of The Sanctuary at West Haven set close to many Golf courses most notably Reunion & Champions Gate the villa is an ideal base for your vacation. Disney is only a short 10 minute drive away with Sea world only 20 minutes & Universal studios approximately 25 minutes away. There are ample restaurants and a supermarket within a short drive at Champions Gate.
Other nearby attractions: Kennedy Space Center
The home of America's space program, the Kennedy Space Center features a variety of exhibits, shows and tours which are both interesting and informative. An hour's drive from Orlando, it's very family friendly and whether you're of the Apollo generation or a Shuttle space cadet, there's plenty to enjoy. Don't miss the stunning Imax movie or the 'Spaceport USA' bus tour which gets you out to the observation gantry overlooking the biggest rockets you're ever likely to see. If you're not careful, this could be the most fun you ever had in a science lesson!
Beaches: Daytona Beach
For something completely different, the world famous Daytona Beach is definitely worth the drive - literally! While the surf may be a little rough, you can actually enjoy this beach from the comfort of your car, since it's one of the few beaches in the world which you can drive onto and park. Take I-4 east for about 60 miles. Daytona is approximately 1 ½ hour's drive from Orlando
Located on Florida's Space Coast (named after the Kennedy Space Center), you'll find lots of amenities and a seemingly endless stretch of sand. Cocoa Beach is approximately one hour's drive from Orlando. Head east on Bee Line Expressway (Hwy 528).
New Smyrna Beach
One of Orlando's closet beaches, New Smyrna features a historic district, as well as shops, marinas and restaurants. New Smyrna Beach is about one hour's drive from Orlando
Disney Parks: the Magic Kingdom
The Magic Kingdom park is what usually springs to mind for most people when you mention Disney World (or Walt Disney World Resort, to give it its full name), probably because it was the first of the four parks to be opened (in 1971). The park does get busy, so get there early and you'll see so much more. Stop by the home of the world's most famous mouse in 'Mickey Toontown Fair' and have a look at where the big cheese actually lives. Take a thrill ride across the galaxy on 'Space Mountain', explore the ghostly happenings at the 'Haunted Mansion', or prepare to get wet with Brer Rabbit and friends on 'Splash Mountain'. Do try and catch one of the wonderful parades featuring some of your favorite Disney characters, and don't come home before you've seen the fireworks high above Cinderella Castle. It's a long day, but an absolute must!
Fishing! Why not try out one of the many lakes within the immeadiate area for Large Mouth Bass or the Mosquito Lagoon area only 1 hours drive away! Stunning, world class fishing for redfish, Trout and Tarpon!