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Miami’s Matt Drudge Buys Arizona Mansion . . . Spends $1.9 Million on Bunker-Like Crib!

Internet newsman Matt Drudge spent $1.9 million on this mansion near Phoenix (MLS photo)

Internet newsman Matt Drudge spent $1.9 million on this mansion near Phoenix (MLS photo)

PHOENIX, Arizona — Internet arsonist Matt Drudge, who owns a sprawling property on the edge of The Everglades near Miami, just plunked down $1.9 million cash for a bunker-like house in the Arizona desert near Phoenix.

With the purchase the web aggregator, 48, will be living part-time in the jurisdiction of civil rights-busting Sheriff Joe Arpaio, a favorite on his Drudge Report.

Drudge has been moving quite a bit of real estate as of late.

Over the past two years, he bought two large adjacent properties in the Redland agricultural area on SW 157th Avenue in southwest Miami-Dade County for a total $2.1 million.

In all, the Republican operative who gave the world the Monica Lewinsky scandal has 10 acres and two homes in Redland with a combined 10,000-square-feet of living space!

Click here to visit Drudge’s Florida ranch

Property records in Arizona, meanwhile, show Drudge — who created a Florida LLC named Moon Traveler for the transaction — got himself a dark-gray contemporary home with four bedrooms, four bathrooms and sweeping views on the famous Camelback Mountain.

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He’s down the street from former Baltimore Orioles pitcher Joe Saunders.

We reached out to Drudge to ask if he’s leaving Miami, but we have yet to hear from him.

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