The Fresh Prince himself, Will Smith, has listed the Los Angeles mansion featured in his '90s television series, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, on Airbnb in celebration of the show's 30-year anniversary.
But you'd better be quick if you want to snag a stay.
The announcement comes after he shared photos from HBO Max's The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air cast reunion special.
Will wrote in the Airbnb listing for the property: "Ready for the freshest staycation ever?"
"The actor and entrepreneur is adding Airbnb host to his long resume and opening the doors to his former 'kingdom, ' so fans can create some memories of their own".
Accommodations include a bedroom furnished with a king-size bed and shoe and hat wall, a bathroom, a poolside lounge and a dining room. Guests will have the opportunity to lace up Smith's Air Jordans, shoot some hoops, and spin the turntables just like DJ Jazzy Jeff, who will be there virtually to welcome guests to the home.
The official Fresh Prince account replied: "Home sweet home!" They'll be welcomed by vibrant graffiti art, swank interiors, household pictures and Philly cheesesteaks served on silver plates.
They'll have access to Will's bedroom, the pool area, an outdoor lounge, and loads more. Yep, that's right, you can kick it in the very same pad the Fresh Prince did back in the 1990s. "The dramatic version of these ideas means that you can use existing storylines, but it's not going to seem like you're redoing an episode, because the storyline's gonna be brand new from the dramatic perspective".
A stay in the mansion will only cost you the tiny sum of $30 (£23).
The only downside to the rental is that the overnight bookings are limited to five dates and only available to L.A. county residents to minimize the risk of COVID-19.
If these restrictions put you out of the running then fear not!
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air originally aired on TV from September 1990 until May 1996 and was the show that launched Will Smith's career.
It will air on HBO Max, and is promising to be "a amusing and heartfelt night full of music, dancing, and special surprise guests".
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