Garden Park at Daybreak
11148 S Tydeman Way, South Jordan, Utah 84095
Garden Park at Daybreak, a Handsome 55+ Neighborhood in Northern Utah, Has a Variety of Home Styles, Shopping, Dining and a Beautiful Clubhouse
Ivory Homes, a Utah builder with a reputation for sustainable practices, broke ground on Garden Park in 2010. Part of the larger master-planned Daybreak community, this handsome 55+ enclave will consist of 500 single family homes, garden homes, condominiums, patio homes and estate homes when complete. Most construction wrapped up in 2020.
Condominiums range in size from 696 square feet to 1,791 square feet. Townhomes, patio homes, and garden homes may have as much as 1,626 square feet of living space. Estate homes can be as large as 3,335 square feet. Most properties are single story, but some are two story. The majority feature outdoor living space, wide hallways, walk-in closets, and main-floor living. Exteriors are light colored tan, yellow, blue and more with a dark roof. Second floor balconies are supported by columns.
Prices begin in the high-$200,000s. The HOA is $450 per month. Please verify this with a Realtor as prices are bound to change. HOA fees help cover yard work and exterior maintenance.
Garden Park's beautiful 10,000 square-foot clubhouse includes a fitness center, dance studio, demonstration kitchen, and ballroom. The clubhouse is surrounded by an outdoor pool, tennis courts, community gardens, parks, and trails.
Neighbors can plan their own events or take part in greater Daybreak activities. The social calendar is filled with yard sales, cook-offs, car shows, conserts, and movie nights. The community's mixed use SoDa Row is packed with shopping and dining options. The 67-acre Oquirrh Lake permits sailing, kayaking, and fishing.
South Jordan is about 30 minutes south of Salt Lake City. It manages 27 parks and facilities including two 9-hole golf courses. The nearby Salt Lake County equestrian center has a racing track, dressage field, and stables. The town's Kensington Theatre has its own improv troupe.
Jordan Valley Hospital is about three miles away in West Jordan and is accredited by the Joint Commission.
Summer temperatures are in the 70s, 80s and 90s. Winter temperatures are in the teens, 20s and 30s. On average, the area receives 17 inches of rain and 65 inches of snow each year.
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The United States acquired Utah in the treaty that ended the Mexican American War in 1848, and the state joined the Union in 1896. Salt Lake City is the capital, as well as the largest city and metropolitan area.
Utah's name means "people of the mountains" in the Ute language. The sego lily is the official flower, while the Rocky Mountain Elk is the state animal. The official flag was adopted in 1913.
Utah and Hawaii are the only states in the nation that outlaw all forms of non-social gambling. Even the Native American reservations in Utah do not have gambling.
The state is one of the nation's leading suppliers of oil, farming products, biomedical and computer-related products. Top agricultural commodities include cattle, sheep and diary products.
Estimates are that 65% of the state is owned by federal government. The Great Salt Lake covers more one million acres.
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