St. Pete’s storied Rutland Estate is now on the market for $8 million


The Rutland Estate, an iconic piece of St. Petersburg history, is now on for sale for $8 million.

As reported by the Tampa Bay Times, the home is believed to be built in 1918 by R.B. Worthington for $50,000. Also known as the Rutland-Farley Mansion, the property has changed hands quite a few times throughout the years, and has been home to many notable, and wealthy locals, including St. Pete businessman Hubert Rutland, and restate developer Philip Farley, who most recently purchased it in 2004.

Located at 5030 Sunrise Dr. S., the 9,093-square-foot Tudor-style home now features 7 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, and comes with a 6 fireplaces, a library, a massive dining room, another dining room, a sitting parlor, a detached guest house, a double-lane lap pool, a pool house, a bocce ball court, a putting green, and 700 feet of shoreline.

The home has been on the market now for a couple months, and is represented by Carlina R. Sarabi of Engel & Völkers St. Pete.

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