Holmes Homes in Daybreak

Author: Brooke Hayes


As one of the top new home communities in the country, Daybreak is breaking boundaries by bringing residents a beautiful mix of neighborhoods, homes, and views.

But which home is right for you? Here’s why we think Holmes Homes is the Perfect Daybreak Setting.


Our South Jordan, Utah homes for sale in the Daybreak community are modeled after the traditional neighborhood development model. To decrease the community’s dependency on car travel, all homes within Daybreak are within a five-minute walk, jog, or bicycle ride of any the parks, lakes, and shopping centers. As an added bonus, Daybreak is right next to the light rail station.


With a wandering network of bike trails and hiking trails, Daybreak is perfect for the outdoorsy family. On top of that, Holmes Homes residents can enjoy freshwater lakes that are perfect for fishing, paddle boarding, and canoeing. If you’re looking to get your blood pumping, take advantage of Daybreak’s tennis courts, swimming pools, and complete gyms.

Countless Amenities

When you’re not out enjoying Daybreak’s picturesque landscape or entertaining activities, you can enjoy the numerous amenities of your Holmes Home home.
Google Home, Nest Cam, and Nest Thermostat
2-4 bedrooms with rooms to grow
9-foot vaulted ceiling on main floors
2,700 to 3,500 square feet
High-efficiency furnace, double-sealed insulated windows and doors, and water-efficient toilets


All Holmes Homes homes in Daybreak have been Energy Star certified. We provide a plethora of eco-friendly options, such as green construction, solar or thermal panels, renewable building materials, and high-performance appliances.

Explore Daybreak’s Premiere Home Builder

Buying a home is one of the most personal decisions you can make. Let Holmes Homes help. Come explore our award-winning home designs and see for yourself why one of every three homes sold in South Jordan is from Holmes Homes.

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