KEY POINTS

  • The house sits on a 10,000 square foot lot
  • It has not yet been listed for sale on popular real estate website
  • The North Port home has become the site of intense scrutiny over Brian Laundrie's involvement in Petito's death

Brian Laundrie’s parents could be moving out of Florida after putting their house up for sale just weeks following their son’s suicide. 

Chris and Roberta Laundrie have put up the “for sale” signage in the front yard of their home in North Port, Florida. The house sits on a 10,000 square foot lot and is the headquarters for the Laundrie family’s juicing business. 

The house has yet to be listed for sale on popular real estate websites, but it is estimated to sell between $210,000 and $340,000, according to the New York Post.

The North Port home was the site of intense scrutiny by the authorities, media and the public after Chris and Roberta’s son Brian became the sole person of interest in the murder of his fiancée Gabby Petito, whose body was found near the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming on Sept. 19. 

Brian had returned home alone in his fiancee’s camper van without her in early September. He was reported missing weeks later after going out to hike in nearby Carlton Reserve. 

Brian’s skeletal remains were found in the reserve in October. It was revealed last week that he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Steve Bertolino, the Laundrie family’s attorney, said the gun Brian used was taken from his parents’ home.

Neither Bertolino nor the Laundrie family previously mentioned a firearm missing from the home to the FBI. 

“While law enforcement was at the Laundrie home on Sept. 17 to complete the missing person report for Brian, we volunteered to surrender all guns in the home to avoid any possible issue going forward,” Bertolino said, adding: “While retrieving and taking inventory of the guns, it was realized one pistol was missing.” 

It is unclear whether the FBI found a firearm near the site where officials discovered Brian’s remains. The FBI also did not comment whether Brian was armed when he went missing or whether they gleaned any information from the notebook found near his body.

Brian’s parents have not yet faced any charges. Their family attorney has also repeatedly dismissed conspiracy theories claiming the two were involved in covering up their son’s death.

Brian Laundrie Brian Laundrie in an image from a police bodycam released by the Moab City Police Department in Utah. Photo: Moab City Police Department / Handout