Longtime Palm Beachers Anne and Michael J. Flynn have sold their landmarked house at 220 Via Bellaria, a few streets north of President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago, for a recorded $8 million. A trust was on the buyer’s side of the deal.

Real estate investors Michael J. Flynn and his wife, Anne, have sold, for a recorded $8 million, the landmarked house they owned for 13 years at 220 Via Bellaria, six blocks north of President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach’s Estate Section.

The deed lists the buyer as real estate attorney Guy Rabideau, acting in his role as trustee of the 220 Via Bellaria Trust. Rabideau also signed a $4.95 million, 30-year mortgage on the property June 18, the same day the deed recorded at the Palm Beach County Courthouse. Iberia Bank holds the mortgage.

Rabideau declined to comment about the sale or anyone associated with the trust.

Designed noted society architect Maurice Fatio in 1929, the Mediterranean-style house has eight bedrooms and 10,125 square feet of living space, inside and out. The half-acre lot is the third one east of the lakefront.

The property was listed in November at just under $10 million and landed under contract the end of May, according to the Palm Beach Board of Realtors Multiple Listing Service.

Corcoran Group agents Paulette Koch and Dana Koch co-listed it with seller Michael Flynn, who has spent more than 40 years in the real estate industry and is the broker at his eponymous real estate agency. Flynn