In July, the former abode of late Avenged Sevenfold drummer Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan was put on the market. Of course, The Rev died from an accidental overdose last December — in the very same home. Now, someone else is going to live there.
Obviously, being in Avenged Sevenfold made the drummer a wealthy man: That’s The Rev’s oceanfront condo, which sits on the beach in downtown Huntington Beach. That’s an amazing spread, people. It was snatched up for more than half-a-million.
The home even has a music studio! According to The Rev’s father, Joe Sullivan, buying a condo on the beach meant everything to the drummer, who grew up in the area. “He loved Huntington.”
My question is, since when is a 968-square foot dwelling with 2 bedrooms and two baths a condo? The place has unobstructed beach views and a guarded gate. I wonder what the new owners feel like, knowing that a revered drummer died in their house; and they know, because by law, the owners had to be informed whether there had been a death on the premises within the previous three years. I wonder how many A7X fans are going to take that picture and find the house, and tag it with “R.I.P. Rev?” I give it a month.
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