[Eerie Pictures] Inside P-Diddy’s abandoned Atlanta mansion ‘Casa Nirelle’ to rot with 8 bedrooms, 16 bathrooms and was left to rot for 17 years. See more 👇👇👇

Inside P-Diddy’s abandoned Atlanta mansion ‘Casa Nirelle’ with 8 bedrooms, 16 bathrooms & was left to rot for 17 years

HIP-HOP mogul P-Diddy’s £2million mansion has been left to rot after being abandoned by the rapper 17 years ago.

The once stunning eight-bedroom property in Atlanta has slowly crumbled to pieces and is now littered with dust, dirt and graffiti.

Parts of the floor have been ripped apart as eerie stains have been left behindCredit: mediadrumimages
Known as Casa Nirelle, Diddy, 54, first got his hands on the property in 2003 when he paid $2.6million (£2million) for it – adding to his already pricey collection of houses across the US.

Sat in Dunwoody, just outside of Atlanta, the seven-acre property boasts a whopping 16 Italian baroque-style bathrooms across the multiple floors.

According to an old online listing for the home there is also a library, games room, home theatre, wine cellar and an impressive five fireplaces within it’s walls.

The home even boasts its own elevator it is so big.

Inside the graffiti covered living room of Casa Nirelle - previously owned by P-Diddy

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Inside the graffiti covered living room of Casa Nirelle – previously owned by P-DiddyCredit: mediadrumimages

The kitchen has been left in a dire condition with insulation hanging from the ceiling and rubbish littered across the islands and floors
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The kitchen has been left in a dire condition with insulation hanging from the ceiling and rubbish littered across the islands and floorsCredit: mediadrumimages

The pool in the £2million mansion has turned a murky green colour
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The pool in the £2million mansion has turned a murky green colourCredit: mediadrumimages

Parts of the floor have been ripped apart as eerie stains have been left behind
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Across the whole mansion parts of the floor have been ripped apart with many of the staircases missing beams.

Elsewhere, pictures show doors hanging off their hinges.

One of the living rooms, with it’s chandelier still intact but surrounded by misery.

Graffiti plagues the mirrors on the walls and ripped up floorboards have been left on the ground next to boarded up windows.

As the battered kitchen looks half-finished with boxes flung across the floor and foam insulation hanging from the ceilings.

Rubbish sits on the floor as unpainted marks on the walls taint the room’s interior.

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At the heart of it, a marble kitchen island sits collecting dust with cookers, cables and empty bottles on top of it.

From the outside, the 20,000sq ft mega home is still as luxurious as ever with great white walls and tall, healthy trees sitting on the beautiful grounds.

But the grand gates have been kept locked for years with next to no one ever entering the grounds since.

Causing the once beautiful 60,000-gallon saltwater swimming pool and neighbouring jacuzzi water to turn a murky green with smashed up tiles floating beside them.

The giant tennis courts and five-car garage on the grounds have also sat unused and unwanted nearing disrepair.

Diddy abandoned the mansion amid the late 2000s housing crisis swarming the US.

He was looking to renovate the property and move back in but never stumped up the cash needed for the funding, the New York Post reports.

The founder of Bad Boy Records ended up selling the home in 2007 for just $1.3 million (£1.02million) – losing out massively on what he originally paid.

But the real estate investment trust company who snagged up the home never managed to find a new owner leaving it vacant just as Diddy left it.

The grand staircase of the mansion in Atlanta
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The grand staircase of the mansion in AtlantaCredit: mediadrumimages

P-Diddy first got his hands on the property in 2003 when he paid $2.6million (£2million) for it
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P-Diddy first got his hands on the property in 2003 when he paid $2.6million (£2million) for itCredit: Reuters

The large kitchen has been left to rot for 17 years
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The large kitchen has been left to rot for 17 yearsCredit: mediadrumimages

The home looks like it has been ransacked with doors off their hinges and ripped up walls
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The home looks like it has been ransacked with doors off their hinges and ripped up wallsCredit: mediadrumimages

The house is so big it has its own elevator
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The house is so big it has its own elevatorCredit: mediadrumimages

The mansion covers seven acres
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The mansion covers seven acresCredit: mediadrumimages

The staircase has become battered and badly damaged over time
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The staircase has become battered and badly damaged over timeCredit: mediadrumimages

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