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 community swimming pool
with slide and water features, a playground area and a
memorial park, designed as a tribute to the historical
gravesites of the original Rutland Farm.
some of the finest new homes in Virginia. A compilation of careful
planning, attention to detail, and hand selection of the finest
builders combine to create an environment where you want to
live. We encourage you come out and experience historic Rutland.
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