Subtly, Sean “Diddy” Combs ended his relationship with the mansion in the San Fernando Valley that had belonged to his late fiancée, Kim Porter, who also happened to be the mother of four of his children. Diddy never lived on the Toluca Lake property, even though he paid $5.3 million for it in 2009. It was secretly transferred this year.
Charles D. King, the creative founder and CEO of Macro, is the new owner of this estate in the traditional style. King, a former WME talent agent who is now a producer, and his spouse Stacey bought the East Coast property for a clever $6.5 million—a wise decision given the property’s original $7 million asking price. Charles D. King is most known for being a member of the innovative all-black producing team behind the Oscar-nominated picture “Judas and the Black Messiah.” This film has cemented King’s reputation in Hollywood history.
Tucked away on a private road behind guarded walls and gates, the house is surrounded by a number of prominent people. Neighbours include oil heir Nats Getty and his transgender YouTuber wife, Gigi Gorgeous; they range from Sia and Viola Davis to Steve Carell to Billy Ray Cyrus. Also nearby are Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song, who recently purchased Kiefer Sutherland’s Toluca Lake residence.
Built in 2006, the wood-clad mansion boasts an impressive six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, spanning nearly 10,000 square feet across two levels. As you step through the front, a double-height entry foyer welcomes you with a checkerboard-patterned marble floor and a curved staircase crowned with a dazzling crystal chandelier. The main level features a capacious living room with a fireplace, an opulent kitchen with a central island and top-tier appliances, and a dedicated screening room.