Thursday, January 27, 2011
One of my favorite things to do is make plans for when we can move to a new house -- a different house, a bigger house, a house with a layout more conducive to how my family has grown since we first built our current home about 8 years ago. Since my husband works in Salt Lake County, I have spent some time considering living there, so as to make a shorter commute for him. Each time I think about living in any Salt Lake Homes, my thoughts inevitably turn to Daybreak.
Daybreak is a community unlike anything I've ever seen: self-contained, but spacious; its own row of stores and restaurants not far from a lake and bike trails; up-and-coming for businesses and family-friendly. My friend Jenny lives there with her husband and five children, and they love it.
Of note is that Daybreak recently won National Community of the Year from the National Association of Home Builders as well as an award for smart suburban growth. This is a big deal, and great recognition for those who have worked so diligently to ensure, among other things, an environmentally-friendly community. Trax line? Coming soon to Daybreak, in addition to a Health Care Center opened by University of Utah Healthcare.
What it comes down to is this: if you're looking for houses in Utah, look no further than Daybreak because, really -- they've thought of everything.
*I was compensated for writing this post, but the ideas and opinions are true and from me. Would I lie to you? Even for a dollar? Psh.
Posted by ~j. at 12:02 AM