Your first home should be amazing with all of the goodness you and your Pinterest board can imagine. Add in dozens of parks, two light rail stations, outstanding schools, great restaurants and a 67 acre freshwater lake right in the neighborhood. At Daybreak, we have those homes. And we have them for prices that fit your budget–whether you are looking for a condo, townhome or single-family home.
Sky Terrace Collection by Sego Homes
Some people just need a touch of urban zip in their lives. SoDa Row Village offers a walkable, energetic lifestyle without the stress of city living and AMAZING views from Sego Homes new lots overlooking the Valley. View floor plans.
This neighborhood offers a fresh take on community with modern homes and local businesses in a colorful, outdoorsy setting. Oh, and all the trail, park and lake access your inner triathlete could ask for.
MEWS Collection by Holmes Homes
Priced from $179,900, the MEWS Townhomes are close to the North Trax station and are inspired by European living. Imagine a street lined with row houses and a courtyard in-between.
Need a little more space? Single-family homes in Daybreak start in the mid $200s.
Cottage Courts by David Weekley Homes
These homes are charming and cottage-y on the outside, with wide-open floor plans on the inside. Choose from six different floor plans with lots available in Creekside Village that are close to a new K-6 school, light rail and Brookside Park.
Paseo Homes by Ivory Homes
Paseo Homes overlook shared park space and start in the high $200s. Take a peek at the new Ivory Homes Hartford Victorian floor plan decorated by House of Jade Interiors.
What Makes Daybreak Different
All new homes are not created equal. At Daybreak every new home is built to meet or exceeds Energy Star 3.0 standards. Our new homes are independently tested and certified using the Home Energy Rating System (or HERS), so you know exactly how efficient your home is. The HERS score that each home receives is similar to a Miles Per Gallon rating on a new car. It provides a way for a home buyer to compare the energy efficiency of two homes. Building to this standard saves you money on your monthly energy cost and also extends the life of your home.
Let’s Get Moving
Stop by the Glass House Information Center Monday-Saturday 10 AM-6 PM to learn more about the community.