Everything you want in a community, all rolled into one
Rutland dates back to the 1880’s. Archibald Burnett Timberlake, the original owner of the property, humorously
named their land for the smallest shire in England.
The Rutland House, once occupied by the Timberlake
family, was built between 1790 and 1820 and has documented significance as being one of the headquarters used
by Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart. Now, once again, it is surrounded by the lively sounds of families at
work and play and serves as the community clubhouse. The Rutland House is available for rentals and will be
the place for community planned activities. The Rutland Foundation staff will also be housed here.
The Rutland House is the focal point of the community. But it doesn’t end there. Rutland’s comprehensive design
also includes a strong pedestrian focus, complete with well-lit sidewalks, lush landscaping, a picturesque
lake and natural walking paths.
Adjacent to the clubhouse is
a swimming pool with zero entry, water features and
slide, playground area and a memorial park, designed as
a tribute to the historical gravesites of the original