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Inside Diddy’s eerie abandoned Georgia mansion

And like that — Puff — he’s gone.

Unhealthy Boy Data rapper and enterprise mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs bought this eight-bedroom, 16-bathroom Italian Baroque-style property in Georgia in 2003 for $2.6 million. However now, new pictures present that the mansion, constructed in 1987, stands empty after an apparently long-stalled renovation — and in an evident state of disrepair.

Combs purchased the 20,000-square-foot, 7-acre property from H.J. Newton — who owns a number of automotive dealerships in Georgia and Tennessee.

Situated in Dunwoody, simply outdoors of Atlanta, Combs deserted the property amid the late-2000s housing disaster. It’s unclear why he left, however rumors surfaced about his hopes of renovating the property however being unable to safe funding.

The residence spans 20,000 sq. toes.
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The property sits on seven acres of land.
The property sits on 7 acres of land.
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A Reddit chain even quipped that Combs, 52, vacated as a result of he “stored on seeing Biggie’s ghost.”

Diddy bought the house in October 2007 at a loss — for $1.3 million — to an actual property funding belief firm, Paramount Group Inc. The house remans idle and vacant immediately.

On the time of buy, Combs owned the Caribbean-inflected Justin’s Restaurant in Atlanta’s prosperous Buckhead, plus one other dwelling in Fayetteville. Justin’s closed in 2012.

The Publish reached out to Combs’ rep for remark. An agent registered to the LLC linked to the present possession didn’t reply to a separate request for remark.

Photographer Jeremy Abbott of Deserted Southeast went inside the house to doc the mansion that’s been left in ruins for practically 15 years.

The grand double staircase.
The grand double staircase.
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The bar with graffiti painted on the walls.
The lavatory with stained-glass home windows and graffiti that has since been tagged on the mirrors.
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The kitchen.
The kitchen.
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Often called Casa Nirelle, the property is comprised of the principle dwelling, a indifferent five-car storage with a second-floor residence and a indifferent pool home and a tennis court docket, in line with the earlier itemizing.

Perched on prime of a hill, the property is surrounded by a wrought-iron fence with a creek that runs via the entrance yard the place deer continuously go to.

Of the 16 loos, a number of had a bathe, Jacuzzi and steam bathe.

The principle residence includes a library, a recreation room, a wine cellar, a big entertaining space with a stage, a house theater, a exercise space and sauna, a terrace-level front room, 5 fireplaces, a connoisseur kitchen with two stovetops and a half-kitchen on the terrace stage.

An unfinished staircase leading to the third floor.
An unfinished staircase resulting in the third ground.
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A standing chandelier.
A standing chandelier.
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The expansive backyard with a separate pool house.
The expansive yard with a separate pool home.
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The abandoned pool.
The deserted pool.
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There’s additionally an expansive deck and a screened room dealing with a 60,000-gallon pool and Jacuzzi, a bar, a barbecue space and a pool home with a kitchen.

This isn’t the primary undertaking he has needed to ditch.

In 2004, he bought the New York Metropolis Higher East Aspect mansion he constructed for $14.3 million.

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