You’ll find the P Diddy’s Italian Baroque-style estate in the Atlanta suburbs – but it’s not looking the best these days…
New pictures have revealed what P Diddy ‘s £2m abandoned mansion now looks like after being documented by an urban explorer.
One picture of the Bad Boy Entertainment rapper and business mogul Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Comb’s mansion shows the current state of the graffitied living room in the Italian Baroque-style estate located in the Atlanta suburbs.
Another image reveals how the $2.6M mansion’s kitchen lies in complete shambles, covered in dust with several pieces of furniture that appear to be quite damaged.
Other images show the complex’s cobwebbed crystal chandelier, back deck 60,000-gallon saltwater pool and one of the mansion’s five famed fireplaces.
The striking pictures were taken in the Atlanta suburbs, USA, by Urbex photographer Leland Kent, also known by his handle Abandoned Southeast.
Built in 1987, the property boasts eight bedrooms and sixteen bathrooms, and most of the rooms come complete with their own showers, a Jacuzzi tub and a steam shower.
It also stands at over 20,000-square-feet, with the main home including a library, game room, wine cellar, home theatre, gym and sauna, five fireplaces, a gourmet kitchen with two stovetops and half kitchen on the terrace level.
There is also a detached five-car garage with a second-floor residence and detached pool house and a tennis court.
Leland said: “Diddy purchased the property from H. J. Newton, who bought the house in April 2001 for $1.5 million (£1.2 million).
“Newton owns several car dealerships in Georgia and Tennessee.
“At the time of purchase, Combs owned Justin’s Restaurant in Buckhead and another home in Fayetteville.”
Leland continued: “The reason Combs abandoned the property remains unknown.
“It is rumoured that he planned to renovate the mansion, however, due to the 2008 housing crisis, funding became an issue.
“The property was later sold at auction in 2012. Justin’s Restaurant closed that same year.”
Combs has bagged three Grammy Awards and two MTV Video Music Awards, as well as being the producer of MTV’s Making the Band.
Back in 2019 Forbes predicted his net worth stood at $740 million (£590 million).
He also launched his own clothing line in 1998 called Sean John.