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Discover true warmth in the High Sonoran Desert in our Estrella community

When we say there’s a lot here, we mean it. Estrella is a mixed-use, master-planned community of smaller villages and neighborhoods connected by wild desert trails and lakes for both sporting and relaxing. With brand-new neighborhoods now open, our future puts us around the land size of Manhattan—but we’ll never lose our intimate vibe. Just ask the artists, athletes, world travelers, parents, and grandkids and who have made
Estrella their natural habitat.

Speaking of which: Hey, are you a current Estrella resident? You can log into the resident portal here.

Casa Lucero Is Open

Casa Lucero, featuring the new home information center of Estrella plus Copper State Bike & Hike and Café Bebida is open along with brand new model homes!

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Mountain Ranch

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Yes, it’s been 25 years since the first families moved into Estrella—and since that time, the community has grown even richer in relationships. In Mountain Ranch, neighborhoods offer exceptional homes with Spanish Colonial-, Ranch-, and Craftsman-style architecture for every size and style of family. Additions like the Starpointe Residents Club and Mountain Ranch Marketplace bring both socializing and convenience to your day-to-day.


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Find the balance you’ve been seeking in Montecito. The moment you walk outside your door, the Presidio Residents Club is within reach, but you can also enjoy being immersed in the desert wilderness, where trails weave through the saguaros and other desert flora. Homes exude Spanish and hacienda influences, and are built to meet rigorous Energy Star® standards. Next up? As Montecito continues its growth, future planning is underway to create more ways to feel at home with modern indoor-outdoor living. More than 150 acres of open space along with plans for commercial and retail components are part of the vision, so you know the adventure is just getting started.

CantaMia 55+

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Voted one of the 50 Best Retirement Communities in the United States by Where to Retire magazine, CantaMia by Taylor Morrison Homes is a resort-style, gated community for residents 55-Plus. Neighbors bring their furry friends to the dog park, and take classes at the exclusive Village Center featuring indoor and outdoor pools, a state-of-the-art fitness center, lakeside lounging areas, pickleball, and more. The neighborhoods of CantaMia are lively and vibrant, and homes are equal parts beautiful and energy-efficient. 

Information Center

Start your tour off at the New Home Information Center inside Casa Lucero where you can learn all there is to know about the Estrella community. Let our staff guide you with their personal stories of living in the community and enjoy a cup of coffee or a delicious treat from the cafe.

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See What's Here

Your favorite things to do have a home here. Learn how we relax by the pool and on the lakes, gather for neighborhood events, and meet up across our diverse desert trails and upbeat parks. After sunset, you might just find us at Star Tower!

Future Plans

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New homebuilders, neighborhoods, retail, and more are on the horizon.

Community Map

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Here’s your bird’s eye view of Estrella—neighborhoods, model homes, amenities, and all.


Learn More

Education—for residents of all ages—is a priority in Estrella. Children can attend preschool through high school right here in the community, which is proud to be part of the Liberty Elementary and Buckeye Union High School Districts. After graduation, students can enroll in respected higher education institutions nearby.

Resident For a Day

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Sail, sun, and meet the neighbors. As a Resident for a Day, you can see and feel what it’s like to live here in Estrella. (Warning: You might not want to leave!)

Resident Stories

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Meet the neighbors who came, saw, and made Estrella home.