Avenged Sevenfold Drummer’s Home Sells For Half A Mill

The Rev’s old digs

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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