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Inside Diddy’s eerie abandoned Georgia mansion

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And so-puff-he left.

Bad Boy Records rapper and business mogul Sean Combs bought this 8-bedroom, 16-bathroom Italian baroque-style real estate in Georgia for $ 2.6 million in 2003. But now, new photographs show that the mansion, built in 1987, has been emptied, apparently in a dilapidated state, after a renovation that had been apparently stagnant for a long time.

Combs purchased 20,000 square feet of 7 acres of real estate from HJ Newton, which owns several car dealerships in Georgia and Tennessee.

Combs, located in Dunwoody, a suburb of Atlanta, abandoned the property during the housing crisis of the late 2000s. It’s unclear why he left, but rumors have surfaced about his desire to renovate the property but not secure the funds.

The dwelling covers 20,000 square feet.
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The property is located on 7 acres of land.
The property is located on 7 acres of land.
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A Reddit chain He even equipped the 52-year-old Combs to be vacant because he “continued to see the ghost of Biggie.”

Diddy sold his home to real estate investment trust company Paramount Group, Inc. in October 2007 with a loss of $ 1.3 million. The house is still vacant and vacant today.

At the time of purchase, Combs owned a Caribbean-style Justins restaurant in Atlanta’s wealthy Buckhead and another home in Fayetteville.Justin’s Closed in 2012.

The post asked a Combs representative for comment. Agents registered with LLC linked to current ownership did not respond to individual requests for comments.

Abandoned southeastern photographer Jeremy Abbott entered the house to record a mansion that had been abandoned for nearly 15 years.

A magnificent double staircase.
A magnificent double staircase.
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A bar with graffiti on the wall.
Bathroom with stained glass windows and graffiti tagged on the mirror.
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kitchen.
kitchen.
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According to the previous list, this property, known as Casa Nirelle, consists of a main house, a garage of five single-family cars with a second-floor residence, a single-family pool house and tennis courts.

Located on a hill, this mansion is surrounded by a wrought-iron fence with a stream flowing through the front yard, which is frequently visited by deer.

Of the 16 bathrooms, some had showers, jacuzzis and steam showers.

The main building has a library, a games room, a wine cellar, a large entertainment area with a stage, a home theater, a workout area and sauna, a terrace-level living room, five fireplaces and a gourmet kitchen with two stoves. Terrace level half kitchen.

An unfinished staircase leading to the 3rd floor.
An unfinished staircase leading to the 3rd floor.
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Standing chandelier.
Standing chandelier.
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A vast backyard with an independent pool house.
A vast backyard with an independent pool house.
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Abandoned pool.
Abandoned pool.
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There is also a 60,000 gallon pool and spacious deck and screened rooms facing the Jacuzzi, a bar, barbecue area and a pool house with kitchen.

This is not the first project he had to throw away.

In 2004 he sold New York City Upper East Side Mansion He built it for $ 14.3 million.

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