Stunning look inside a mega mansion once owned by rapper Birdman after the star abandoned it during Hurricane Katrina
Bryan “Birdman” Williams’ previously owned mansion in New Orleans, Louisiana, was once featured in the American rapper’s music video “Neck of the Woods,” which featured Lil Wayne.
The mansion – equipped with an all-white exterior, multiple arched windows, and lite French doors – is reportedly worth approximately $740,000.
The seemingly low cost of the home – which was built in 1990 – is because of the potential for natural disasters and flooding.
Formerly owned by ex-NFL player Pat Swilling, the mansion comes equipped with Italian marble flooring in the spacious master bedroom – which has a view of the Mississippi river.
Birdman, co-founder of The Cash Money Records, reportedly abandoned the stunningly beautiful home after Hurricane Katrina ravaged Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, and other states across the country in 2005.
The 11,000 square-foot mansion was visited by photographer Cater Banks.
The upper part of the house has a custom built studio room – with red walls and a uniquely shaped high ceiling – which Birdman used to produce music.
Two large staircases are featured in the main entrance of the three-story home – which has five bedrooms.
A fireplace is also located in the hall of the main entrance, including 30-foot cielings.
The master bedroom also comes equipped with a jacuzzi, which is conveniently located next to a fireplace and two large windows
Also on the property is a sauna, two hot tubs, an elevator, a four-car garage, a private movie theater, and a swimming pool – which is filled with algae.
Photographs of the abandoned mansion come about a month after Birdman sold his Miami, Florida, home for $10.85 million.
The nine-bedroom Miami home has almost 20,000 square-feet of living space, with numerous guest suites, a private beach volleyball court, two wine cellars, a movie theatre and a chef’s kitchen with its own pizza oven.
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