CantaMia at Estrella is a one-of-a-kind 55+ community located in Goodyear, Arizona, that provides residents with the opportunity to live sustainably and in harmony with nature. The community is nestled in the high Sonoran desert of the Estrella Community and offers homebuyers a selection of single-family homes that are designed to be in tune with nature and meet the high standards of the surrounding area.
The community’s focus is on sustainable living and promoting healthy connections between residents and the environment. CantaMia offers an innovative approach to sustainable living, with unique features that make it a perfect choice for those seeking an active lifestyle in a stunning natural setting.
With over 1,700 home sites, CantaMia offers residents a range of choices to fit their budget and lifestyle. Built by Taylor Morrison, homes are designed with sustainability in mind and features such as solar, energy-efficient appliances, and sustainable materials.
CantaMia at Estrella offers a variety of amenities designed to encourage an active and healthy lifestyle. The community residents treasure the fitness center, indoor and outdoor pools, a spa, tennis and pickleball courts, and miles of walking and biking trails. Residents can also take part in a range of activities and events, including art and cooking classes, and the numerous community social events.
A Community Garden, how unique! Another aspect of CantaMia is that the community features a community garden where residents can grow their own fruits and vegetables, and a solar farm that provides energy for the community. CantaMia also encourages residents to conserve water and reduce waste, promoting a more sustainable way of living.
The community is also designed to foster healthy connections between residents and the environment. With its range of outdoor spaces, including parks, lakes, and hiking trails, residents can immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the area. CantaMia also hosts a variety of outdoor events, such as farmers’ markets and outdoor concerts, that encourage residents to connect with the environment and with one another.