DESIGNING HOMES FOR HOW YOU LIVE
NORTH AMERICA’S LARGEST PRIVATELY OWNED HOME BUILDER
Mattamy has had the privilege of creating 90,000 homes in hundreds of neighborhoods that people love to live in. We design our homes and communities so that you can enjoy the most livable, beautiful, spaces possible. We're known in Arizona for building exceptional communities in the neighborhoods you most desire.
A brand new community of single family homes in a masterplanned community in Goodyear, AZ.
- Top-rated school district
- Nearby recreation and freeway access
- Park, playground, and trails nearby
Homes to be built from$240,990
New Model Homes Now Open For Touring. Come discover this brand new community of single-family homes within the Sienna Hills masterplanned community.
- Excellent school district
- Located in a Masterplanned community
- Nearby recreation and entertainment
HOMES TO BE BUILT FROM$235,990
On occasion, we begin construction of homes in our communities prior to a sale or design selections from a customer. As these homes can be in various stages of completion, they provide you with the opportunity to move in to a Mattamy community sooner. Come see what's available now.Check Availability
A new community of Single Family Homes coming soon to Phoenix, AZ next to the Camelback Ranch-Glendale Field.
- Great access to Loop 101 and I-10
- Prime location near the Camelback Ranch - Glendale Field
- Gated Community
A gated community of all-single story homes nestled next to South Lake within the highly-desirable Estrella Mountain Ranch masterplanned community.
- Resort-caliber masterplan amenities
- Lakeside homesites
- All single story homes
HOMES TO BE BUILT FROM$330,000
Final opportunities to own a Villa Home at this established community located in the desirable Chandler/Tempe corridor.
- Superior schools
- Near shopping, dining, 4 freeways
- Community swimming pool
HOMES TO BE BUILT FROM$378,990
A Mattamy Homeowner
Dionne ThomasMattamy Homeowner
“I really liked the different types of designs and colours and the different choices and how things were laid out."