Tallahassee house used by Jack Latvala on sale for $1M - Florida Politics

Tallahassee house used by Jack Latvala on sale for $1M

The Tallahassee residence used by former state Sen. Jack Latvala is on the market.

The four-bedroom, five-bathroom, 4,554-square-foot abode was recently listed for $1 million by Armor Realty of Tallahassee, according to Zillow. The owner of record is listed as his wife, Connie Prince, who bought it in 2004. She married Latvala in 2015.


Latvala, a 66-year-old Clearwater Republican, resigned from the Senate in December after two damning reports on his alleged serial sexual harassment. He first served in the Senate 1994-2002, then returned in 2010.

Built in 1985, the house has “a dramatic foyer and beautiful hardwood floors, and “beautifully-crafted cabinetry” in the kitchen, which has “a DCS gas range, Sub-Zero refrigeration system, a wine cooler, granite countertops, a generous pantry (plus a 6′ x 8′ butler’s pantry), double ovens, and more.”

Outside, there’s a “beautiful pool, outdoor kitchen, outdoor fireplace, gazebo, and paver-lined pathways. The entire property is fenced and gated at the entry and exit ways of the driveway.”

The master bedroom “has a separate 15′ x 15′ sitting room complete with a private fireplace, a 6′ x 7′ dressing area, and a generous amount of closet space and storage.”

Latvala, who is technically still running for Governor, was term-limited in the Senate next year. His other home-away-from-home in Boothbay, Maine, does not appear to be on the market.

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