Every other year Where to Retire magazine scours the country to find the best of the best. It’s their way of helping you find the perfect location to settle when retirement approaches. And once again Daybreak has been recognized as one of the 50 Best Master Planned Communities in the U.S.
What makes Daybreak so special? Well we think it’s the combination of trails, parks and Oquirrh Lake mixed with a variety of home types and architecture. It’s also the convenience of being close to a variety of amenities that make life easier. Whether you need to stop by the grocery store or rush to the emergency room. Daybreak has it all. In fact, the convenience is one of the reasons that Daybreak has become a melting pot for both retirees and young families.
“I thought, ‘Before I get too old, I want to move to a smaller place with no yard work, no snow removal and no stairs,’” recalls Vicki Sugden, 67 and Garden Park resident. “And that’s exactly what I got.” Vicki relocated in 2015 to Daybreak from West Valley City to be closer to her son. “Everything you could want is right in this neighborhood,” she says.
Over the last few years active-adult communities have become increasingly popular among retirees because they provide an opportunity to reside near people in the same stage of life and offer a low-maintenance lifestyle. Come experience Daybreak’s active-adult village—Garden Park—where thoughtfully-designed homes, landscapes and amenities come together to create an easy-living village for people age 55+.
Garden Park brings together three collections of homes and they have a brand-new model home for you to explore. Homes in Garden Park range from the high $100s to mid $300s. Stop by the Glass House Information Center for directions to the new model.