Andrew Breitbart was the let's say very divisive pundit who started out at the Drudge Report, helped found the Huffington Post, and stirred up lots of trouble with his website Big Government (and its brother sites). He grew up in Brentwood and most recently lived in Westwood, according to Blockshopper; Breitbart died suddenly this past spring and now his family house has hit the market. The five-bedroom, four-bathroom house sits just at the northern tip of the LA National Cemetery (and in the highly coveted Warner Elementary school district) and has "a wide open floor plan, a cutting-edge kitchen with top of the line appliances; hardwood floors, a fireplace; a large, private master suite upstairs with separate his and her studies," two decks, a hot tub, a sports court, "and winding trails to kids' trampoline, rope climb and playhouse." According to Redfin, Breitbart and his wife paid $615,000 for the house in 2000. Asking price now is $1.995 million.
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