Four Seasons at Southtowne

420 West Cadbury Drive South Jordan, UT 84095 • From $120 Per Day
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  • Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Detached Garage
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Outdoor Pool

Property Details

About this property


Ever wonder what it feels like to live on top of the world? Well “wander” no more. Four Seasons at Southtowne is where it’s at. At our community of South Jordan apartments, we welcome everyone with open arms, putting our residents first by treating them like family, all the while remaining professional.

We believe in delivering excellent customer service and satisfaction, always! Our South Jordan apartments for rent feature interior flourishes such as gourmet kitchens with state-of-the-art appliances. Enjoy community amenities like an outdoor resort-style swimming pool and spa with sundeck, a common area Wi-Fi connection, a lavish clubhouse, and a fully-equipped business center. Are you searching for a South Jordan apartment? Come home to


Washer Dryer in Unit
Large Kitchen
Detached Garage Available
Expanded Storage Space
Large Oval Bathtubs
Painted Accent Walls
Vaulted Ceilings
Private Patio or Balcony
Air Conditioning and Central Heating
Walk-In Closets

Property Location

About Draper, Utah

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Draper is a city in Utah, about 20 miles south of Salt Lake City. Draper is part of two metro areas - the Salt Lake County portion is part of the Salt Lake City metropolitan area, while the Utah County portionbelongs to the Provo-Orem metropolitan area.

In 1849, Ebenezer Brown brought cattle to graze along the South Willow Creek, and in the following spring he brought his family and sold his cattle. More settlers arrived during the next few years to the new settlement later named South Willow Creek. In 1854 the first post office was established and named Draperville after William Draper III, the first presiding elder of the settlement's Mormon congregation. The name shortened to Draper in following years.

Draper is home to the PGP Corporation's and Musician's Friend's call centers, the corporate headquarters of 1-800 Contacts, and Utah's first IKEA.

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