Brian Laundrie's Parents North Port Home Up For Sale


Brian Laundrie’s parents appear to be looking to move on from their Florida home.

The parents put up “for sale” signs in the front yard of the North Port, Florida, house that was swarmed for weeks by people wanting answers from Laundrie, who was the sole suspect in Gabby Petito’s death after she was discovered just outside Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.

Chris and Roberta Laundrie’s house was a site of intense scrutiny during the case from both media and authorities. Brian Laundrie returned home from his doomed road trip without Petito in early September and it was the last place he was seen before his partial skeletal remains were discovered in a nearby park in October.

Laundrie died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, the family’s lawyer revealed last week. The attorney, Steve Bertolino, said the gun was taken from his parents home. Neither the family’s attorney nor the FBI had previously mentioned the involvement of a firearm.

Laundrie grew up in Long Island with Petito, where the two met. His parents later moved to Florida, sometime around 2017. Laundrie and Petito moved into his parents’ home in 2019.

Popular real estate sites like Zillow and Realtor don’t currently list the house for sale, but estimate it’s worth somewhere between $210,000 and $340,000. The house, which the Laundries reportedly also use as their juicing business headquarters, sits on a 10,000 square foot lot.


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