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This village of some of the most famous Orlando area residents is well known for supplying “only the best” in everything. From magnificent estates, world-class golf, concierge services for every resident, and pristine Central Florida landscape, this is luxury living at its finest.

Homes up to several thousand square feet are surrounded by Isleworth Country Club designed by Arnold Palmer, and the Butler Chain of Lakes, one of the most prestigious and gorgeous areas of Florida.

Originally called “The Isle of Worth” by Sidney and Joshua Chase after the Civil War, the name was derived from the indigenous citrus trees which seemed impermeable to the effects of inclement weather. And true to the name, Isleworth has held its throne as “the symbol of wealth and grandeur” throughout the decades since. Descendants of the Chase family sold the acreage to Arnold Palmer in 1984, and he designed the world famous Isleworth Golf Course alongside some the best designers in the world.

Still today, it is known as one of the most difficult, yet gorgeous and pristine,18-holes in the world. However, the distinction of Isleworth does not stop there.

Known as the home for Tiger Woods, Morgan Freeman, Shaquille O’Neal, Bubba Watson (he bought Tiger’s Estate), Vince Carter, and Ken Griffey, Jr., those who have called Isleworth home are among the wealthiest and most discerning residents in the world. Securely gated and secluded, this exclusive area is minutes from Downtown Orlando, Walt Disney World, Mall of Millenia world-class shopping, and the Orlando International Airport or Orlando Executive Airport for private charter convenience.

Concierge services for residents include limousine services, housekeeping, grounds care, grocery delivery, mail collection, and all services can be customized for individual needs. From the best citrus in Florida in yesteryear to the up to 18-million dollar estates today, this is some of the most sought-after real estate in the US.


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