Estrella Voted a Best Place to Live

We’re thrilled to announce ideal-LIVING has named Estrella to their list of Top 100 Planned Communities in the United States and beyond in their Best Places to Live 2023 Summer issue.

Ideal-LIVING researched communities across the globe from their readers’ most-desired areas based on annual survey results. Each year their surveyed readers determine the most popular living destinations and the amenities that set the top communities apart. Most of their readers are looking to escape high taxes, find a better climate and an improved quality of life.

Arizona home buyers researching and comparing the best places to live at find Estrella in Goodyear rated as one of the 2023 best places to live because it is “a hotspot (literally!) for relocating and retiring, with great weather, sunshine all year long, plenty of outdoors space, a low cost of living, and much, much more.”

The publication specifically recommend Estrella because the community is “surrounded by majestic mountains and wide-open desert vistas, life in Estrella is a masterpiece of harmonious balance. Dynamic, yet serene; it offers young couples, families, and retirees a resort-inspired lifestyle with state-of-the-art amenities.”

For more than 25 years, ideal-LIVING magazine has been a leading national publication for readers who are nearing retirement age or who are interested in the benefits of relocating their family or business. The publication is currently delivered to more than 80,000 homes.

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Find your new home at and discover why 7,600 families already call this diverse, welcoming West Valley master-planned community home. Located in Goodyear, Arizona amongst pristine mountains and a dramatic desert landscape, Estrella amenities include multiple Residents’ Clubs, resort-style pools and a waterpark, 72 acres of lakes, 65-plus miles of paths and trails, the Yacht Club of Estrella, the award-winning Nicklaus Design course at the Golf Club of Estrella, community welcome center, and more than 50 neighborhood parks.