Community is now Sold Out. Appointments are encouraged and walk-ins are welcome when available. The hours of 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. on Tuesdays are dedicated for those who deem themselves most vulnerable to COVID-19.
Grand Finale of a Grand Community. Living in Reflection Bay means having the best of life right in your backyard. Located in Estrella, a 20,000-acre master-planned community at the foothills of the breathtaking Sierra Estrella mountains, Reflection Bay homeowners will enjoy an array of fantastic amenities where they can enjoy the best parts of life together, and all in one place. Whether you’d rather spend your days on its championship golf course, staying active in one of two resident's clubs, sailing across acres of beautiful lakes, or stretching your legs on miles of scenic paths and trails, it’s all possible.
Within Reflection Bay itself, a gated enclave of only 67 homesites, you’ll find a stunning selection of single-story homes ranging from 1,972 sq. ft. to 2,926 sq. ft. With its rare setting next to South Lake, including homesites offering unobstructed views of the lake, every moment spent at home can be just as incredible as the life you live outside of it. Don't miss your opportunity to call Reflection Bay home.
|PRICING FROM $358,990||3 - 5 Bedrooms|
|1,972 - 2,926 sq. ft.||2.5 - 4 Bathrooms|
Purchase a new Mattamy home in August and receive up to $7,500* towards your closing costs. * Savings vary by home and community. Additional terms & conditions apply.
Hike and Bike over 20 miles of paths and trails that weave throughout the community
Resort-caliber masterplan amenities such as a pool, fitness center, and event space for residents to enjoy
Enjoy access to a community yacht club and 72 acres of lakes, perfect for sailboats, kayaks and watercrafts
Savor every swing at The Golf Club of Estrella a beautiful 18 hole award-winning championship golf course
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."