The so-called conservative bullhorn paid $700,00 cash for his latest acquisition, a four-acre compound with a five-bedroom, five-bath ranch onsite.
According to a YouTube video that tours Drudge's 2011 home, the property is cloaked in a tropical hammock of palm trees and ferns. It features security cams, alarms, and a gated entrance. And it has luxurious amenities like an entrainment gazebo with bar, a steam room, a subzero fridge, and a waterfall in the master bath.
Both four-acre estates are in rural Redlands in Southwest Miami-Dade County, an area full of citrus orchards and berry fields.
Will Drudge combine the two properties and build a right-wing mega-compound shielded by orange trees?
Drudge still owns a 7,500-square-foot Miami Beach property off the Venetian Causeway, which he bought for $1.4 million in 2003.
Prior to that, in 2002, Drudge bought a condo at La Gorce Place Condominiums on North Bay Road, where he also requested a parking space for his corvette, according to forms in public records.
Corvettes? Jacuzzis? Waterfalls? This news blogger has some champagne tastes.