When we first reported that Sean “Diddy” Combs was selling his Park Imperial party pad with an ask of $8.5 million, we could only imagine the decorative riches within the 230 West 56th St. abode.

But these photographs spotted by the Real Estalker of the three-bedroom, 2,300-square-foot apartment exceeded our most feverish, sample-heavy dreams.

Lucite furniture, sparkle-flecked columns, black-out shades in the master bedroom, black velvet couches, a sea of shag carpeting and a tumblr-style inspirational quote seared in light on a den wall? We’re agog. Aghast. Agiggle.

The panoramic views of Central Park are envy-inducing, and somewhere there is a Tony Montana who will appreciate the custom ceilings with venetian plaster, two walk-in closets, 9-foot flat-screen TV and marble-wrapped foyer. Combs spent $3.82 million on the 66th-floor unit in 2005, converting it to a huge one-bedroom with a media lounge and a piano room with a wet bar. A Lucite baby grand piano, to be exact.

Here’s advice from the haters, Diddy: most of the time, clear furniture is just about as classy as clear heels.

But we do admit “the world is yours” would look pretty cool scrawled across a media room wall.

Pictures and floor plan below, courtesy of Elliman:

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