The rapper purchased the property in 2009 for a little more than $5 million, and is now listing the abode Porter lived in with the former flames' children for $7 million, Radar reported. The estate was officially put on the market on Thursday, October 21.
Porter — who died in her sleep on November 15, 2018, from lobar pneumonia — reportedly lived at the L.A. pad up until she died. And though the "I'll Be Missing You" artist owned the abode, he never lived there and only visited.
According to the outlet, the 51-year-old stopped going to the Toluca Lake mansion after Porter passed away at age 47.
The listing property photos show the home completely empty besides a Cadillac Escalade in the driveway, per Radar.
“Rare opportunity to acquire one of the largest and grandest homes in Toluca Lake,” the listing reportedly reads. “Approximately 10,000 sq. ft. gated estate on a half an acre. Located on one of the most prestigious streets in the San Fernando Valley, this stunning traditional is ready for the next owners updated finishes.”
Despite the Grammy-winning rapper and the model going their separate ways over a decade ago, the co-parents were still "very close friends," with an insider previously explaining: “They were still a family."
The duo began dating in the '90s, and welcomed their first child together, a son named Christian, now 23, in 1998. One year later, Porter and Diddy broke up, and battled it out in court over child support.
Despite reconnecting, Diddy admitted in 2006 that he had no plans to wed Porter — who also shared son Quincy Brown with R&B singer Al B. Sure. “I know she deserves to get married, but I’m just not ready,” he candidly told Essence, per People, at the time. “It’s not a reflection on how much I love Kim. It’s that I’m just learning how to be a good boyfriend. When I’m finished with this step, I’ll move on to the next.”
Diddy and Porter split for a final time in 2007, with Porter revealing she found out the musician fathered a child with another woman while she was pregnant with their twins. (Diddy welcomed daughter Chance with Sarah Chapman, months before Porter gave birth to their daughters.)
Diddy — who adopted Quincy and raised him as his own — touchingly paid tribute to his baby mama last December on what would have been her 50th birthday. “If you got a good woman please let her know. Tell her as soon as you can. Make sure she knows," Diddy insisted alongside a photo of Porter smiling ear-to-ear. "Make sure she feels it."
"HONOR HER. CHERISH HER. Cause the special ones are RARE and FEW," he declared. "And everyone doesn’t get a second chance. LET THE ONE YOU LOVE KNOW TODAY. RIGHT NOW! ??? @ladykp I’ll honor you forever."