A fairy tale homestay has opened up in California’s Central Valley.
The Walt Disney Co. has a history of homesteads, but this is the first one that will take up residence in the wilds of Northern California.
The Disney Dream House and Village of Alameda in San Jose is the property owner, but its the first that will house residents of the Disneyland Resort.
The resort is currently set to open in 2019.
The home is being developed by a team of Disney Imagineers, with the aim of turning it into a Disney Dream Home.
The concept is to have guests stay in a floating castle while enjoying a “Frozen” themed vacation.
Disney will also host a “Family Party” at the home in 2019 to help the dream home become a “Disney Dream House.”
The home will have a theme park theme park in 2019 and will also house a restaurant and spa.
“We want to make sure the dream is truly a dream,” said Walt Disney Imagineer David Heymann.
“It will be a living, breathing home.”
The Disney dream home is not the only home Disney is making in California.
The company is also developing a resort in Northern California, with plans to open there by the end of 2020.
Disney is currently planning a “family holiday,” featuring a holiday feast at Disneyland Resort, but the exact date has yet to be announced.
Disney also announced plans to expand its theme parks to include more than just theme parks, including an expansion of Disneyland Resort to include a “Pirates of the Caribbean” themed destination.