P. Diddy's House: It's Yours for $8.5 Million, Just Don't Plan on Looking At It Any Time Soon

By on September 21, 2012 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

P.Diddy, formerly known as Puff Daddy, also known as Sean Combs has become one of the most famous, and polarizing, figures in hip hop.  As a music executive, he launched, or shaped, the careers of numerous artists, including The Notorious B.I.G., Mary J. Blige, and Faith Evans, and produced tracks for Usher, Lil' Kim, Mariah Carey, Boyz II Men, and TLC, among many others.  In the late 90s, he released the first of multiple successful rap albums, and won his first Grammy for Best Rap Album.  Throughout the 90s and early 2000s, he continued to churn out albums and win awards.  Though his tracks were popular on the radio and with fans, there were a number of hip hop artists who criticized his continual use of samples and guest performers.  While his music made headlines, his personal life also proved to be newsworthy, as he was involved in multiple altercations, including a shoot-out at a club, and dated a number of high profile women, including Jennifer Lopez.  Along the way, he also launched multiple successful clothing lines, two reality shows, and a moderately successful acting career.  All of this business success has resulted in making Mr. Diddy quite wealthy, and he has, of course, poured some of this wealth into real estate.  Recently, he decided to get rid of one of his homes.

P. Diddy's house in Manhattan is now on sale for $8.5 million.  The three bedroom, three and a half bathroom house is on the 66th floor of the very swanky Park Imperial.  The apartment originally featured three large bedrooms, an eat-in-kitchen, a sizable entry foyer, and a massive living room, but P. Diddy altered the space considerably.  In P. Diddy's house there is one huge bedroom, a media room, and a room for his piano, instead.  There is no word on why he is moving, and though he has listed his house, he is apparently choosing not to release any photos of it.  Instead, P. Diddy's house is being represented by photos of the unit below the actual apartment.   Though it seems like an odd way to list an apartment, P. Diddy has never had trouble selling anything.  His apartment will probably not be any different.

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