Compass Bay

A Gated Community 4 Miles to Walt Disney World

 

Resort Swimming Pool

-Plenty of Sunshine for a Great Tan

-Year Round Swimming

-Hours of Fun in the Sun

-Tables, Chairs and Loungers to Relax

 

Children's Park and Pond

 

Trollhouse
3 Bedrooms - 2.5 Bathrooms
Sleeps up to 6 Guests

Security Alarm System

Across From
Children's Park

Wi-Fi
Details Below

Please Note: Garage Unavailable with this home


Floorplan

Please Note: Garage Unavailable with this home

 

Dining and Living Room

-Leather Reclining Lay-Z-Boy Furniture
-HDTV with DVD Player and Surround-Sound Stereo

-A Half Bathroom (Powder Room)
is Located Nearby

 

Gourmet Kitchen

-Everything Required to Prepare a Family Meal including
Refrigerator, Stove, Microwave Oven, Dishwasher and More

 

Laundry Room

-Included is a Full Size Washer and Dryer

 

Porch Area

-Sun Deck and Porch Area Near the Children's Park
(See circled area in these pictures)

 


All Bedrooms Upstairs

 

 

Master Bedroom

-King Size Bed, HDTV with DVD player, Hardwood
Floors and Private En-Suite Bathroom

-Private En-suite Bathroom with
Tub and Walk-In Shower

-View From the Master Bedroom Window

 

Bedroom Two

-Queen Size Bed with Television
and Hardwood Floors

 

Bedroom Three

-Twin Beds with Television and Hardwood floors

 

-Bedrooms 2-3 Share a Full Size
Bathroom with Tub and Shower

-This Home Sleeps up to 6 Guests

 

 

Compass Bay - Trollhouse

 


Inspired with
Norwegian
Influence





(Epcot at Walt Disney World)

(Epcot at Walt Disney World)

History of the Trolls
Far to the North, where the winter storms from the Arctic Ocean lash the unsheltered coasts, lies a long and narrow country.  In our time the country is covered with snow and ice only during the winter, but long, long ago a heavy, thousand year old glacier towered over the country.  As the climate slowly changed and the glacier receded northwards, people who lived south of the glacier followed it.  They took the country for their own and called it Norway.  They saw that the country was very beautiful and thought that they were the first inhabitants, but it was not long before they discovered that the country was already occupied by a lot of strange creatures who lived in the most peculiar places.

In the mountains, of which there were many, lived the trolls.  The chief of them all was Dovregubben.  Some of the trolls were extremely large, while others could be really small, and they were all very old.  They were only to be seen at night, or at dusk, because such creatures of course did not tolerate the light of day.  If they did not get into the mountains before the sun shone they cracked or turned to stone.  The trolls were like people, but had only four fingers on each hand and four toes on each foot.  Otherwise they all had long noses (troll wives often used their noses to stir the cooking pot when they made soup or porridge), they were shaggy and rough-haired, and every one of them had a tail which resembled a cow´s rump. Even though they were frightening, they were often good-natured and gullible, and sometimes smart farm boys could fool them.  Among their many supernatural abilities was that they could re-shape themselves.  Sometimes the troll girls became unbelievably young women.  They would be called nymphs, and they lured many a hunter and unsuspecting farmer´s son with them into the mountains.  Therefore it was better to try and see them from behind, because they could not hide the cow´s rump.  Sometimes, too, the trolls spellbound and took beautiful alpine farm girls and dairymaids into the mountains, and not many of them got out again.

The troll children, of course, got up to the most unbelievable tricks, and the troll husband could get extremely angry.  It was therefore best to keep in with the trolls and the subterranean people.  One tried to avoid irritating them, because they could wreck revenge by bringing disaster and death to the livestock.  On the other hand, if one had a good relationship with them, the livestock could yield much milk and get fat and sleek.  That was why a well-filled bowl of porridge was put into the barn for them every Christmas Eve, and the porridge was always eaten up. Then, as now, some people say they can glimpse the trolls when walking in the forest and fields, so it is prudent to be extra careful when one walks in nature, especially when it starts to get dark.

You never know what is out there or what you may meet.  Remember that the trolls can see you!

Compass Bay