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A new study performed by Bankrate.com ranked Utah as the third-best state for retirement. Among the factors that determined the ranking were quality of life, cost of living, health care quality, crime rate and tax burden.
For those looking to retire in Utah, Daybreak has an exclusive village just for people age 55+–Garden Park. The village is designed to give residents less work and more free time. With a variety of amenities like parks, restaurants and shopping within a short walk or easy bike ride from home. Garden Park itself was also recently voted as one of the 50 best places to retire by Where to Retire magazine.
Some amenities include:
The Garden Club
A clubhouse just for the big kids. The private Garden Club gives Garden Park residents a place to meet up for a card game, a workout or a round of pool. It can even be rented by residents for a party.
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Oquirrh Lake
How does a sunset stroll around the lake sound? Garden Park has its own inlet from Oquirrh Lake and is steps from the walking trails. Residents can take advantage of a perfect summer morning by renting a kayak, canoe or sailboat. Or take the grandkids fishing.
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Community Gardens
You don’t have to stop nurturing just because the kids have left the nest. Garden Park has a community garden with plots available to rent for the season. Enjoy a lifestyle where “pick up some tomatoes for dinner’ means strolling over to the garden and gathering your own produce.
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University of Utah Health Care
This 225,000-square-foot multi-specialty clinic features a 24-hr. Emergency Room as well as many of the University’s name brand specialty clinics such as Moran Eye Center and Huntsman Cancer. Future plans for University of Utah Health Care include a medical campus that could expand to 50 acres.
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