Closest Building to the Pool & A Fantastic Kids' Mickey Room
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 6
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
Cleaned with disinfectant
Enhanced cleaning practices
Windsor Hills located less than 2 miles from the entrance to Disney property, and is one of the closest rental areas to the Disney theme parks. We have found that it requires less travel time to stay at Windsor Hills and drive back in the afternoons for naps and pool time, than it is to stay at some of the Disney properties and use the Disney transportation system. It is one half mile from Hwy 192, which features many dining venues from fast food to table service restaurants. The Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios are 10 minutes away or less, depending on traffic. Animal Kingdom is only 6 minutes away. Additionally, grocery stores and Target are only 2 miles away. Walmart is approximately 5 miles from Windsor Hills.
ParkHopper Properties by Carolyn and Charles Hudson
About ParkHopper Properties by Carolyn and Charles Hudson
ParkHopper Properties is owned by Carolyn and Charles Hudson. Originally from Mississippi, Birmingham, Alabama has been home for over 39 years. We are the parents of 5 adult children, and we now have LOTS of grandchildren. :o) We cherish the memories we made on family trips to the Orlando area when our children were small. Now that they have their own families, they enjoy bringing their children to the same theme parks they enjoyed as children. Two of our daughters worked as musical performers at Disney both in California and Florida, so even after our children were grown, we made many trips to Disney to see their shows. We have stayed in most of the Disney properties and some private rental properties over the years. Once we 'discovered' Windsor Hills, we never stayed anywhere else! It simply could not be beat for facilities and convenience. In 2012 we decided to buy our first condo in Windsor Hills because we wanted to have a place available to bring our grandchildren. Because our family kept expanding with new grandchildren, we found we needed more room, so we purchased an additional units that suited our location requirements as they became available. With owning multiple units and managing them ourselves, we found that refurbishing the units offered a creative outlet and managing them was somewhat like a part-time job. Now that we are retired (medical and teaching), we decided that managing additional units would be a suitable job for two retirees. ParkHopper Properties now owns and manages a total of 7 condos in Windsor Hills. Five of them are in the building adjacent to the pool, and two are diagonally across the street from the pool building. Having all of the properties close together gives us the flexibility of having properties suitable for larger groups.
ParkHopper Properties by Carolyn and Charles Hudson purchased this Condo in 2013
Why ParkHopper Properties by Carolyn and Charles Hudson chose Four Corners
Our grandchildren LOVE the Windsor Hills pool, and now we cannot wait to introduce all of them to the newly opened water park area. When considering purchasing a property in Windsor Hills, we always want to find a unit that was close to the pool. For us, the convenience of being only a few steps from the pool area is extremely important. When we saw this unit which is in the building closest to the pool and also has a beautiful view of the lake from the lanai, we knew we had found 'the one'.
What makes this Condo unique
Our grandchildren love to come to our home and all spend the night together. The giggles often go on long past lights out. We wanted a unit with a fun room that was special to the children and that was big enough for them to all sleep in the same room in a sleepover-type environment. We wanted them to see the children's room and say, 'WOW! I LOVE this room!'