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The ‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ House Is for Rent

A large mansion with a rounded portico and columns sits behind a green lawn.
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Will Smith is becoming an Airbnb host in the most epic way. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air mansion is turning into a rental courtesy of Smith to celebrate the show’s 30th anniversary.

To celebrate the show, Smith is opening up the mansion to guests who will be staying in the part of the home that was his own wing. This means renters will have access to his bedroom, bathroom, the dining room, and a poolside lounge area. But the best part may be that guests can also raid Smith’s closet, which will feature fashion inspired by Smith’s character including a pair of Air Jordans.

An 80's inspired bedroom features a large bed with a golden bedframe, a graffiti wall, and a boombox station.
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There are some limitations to this offer, though. You have to live in Los Angeles County, and only two people (who live in the same household) can stay at one time. The dates are limited as well. The mansion will only be available on Oct. 2, 5, 8, 11, and 14.

If you do qualify to stay, though, you’ll only need to pay $30 for a one night stay. Rentals become available Sept. 29 at 11 a.m. PT on the Airbnb website, so if you want to live your best Fresh Prince fantasy, mark your calendar (and maybe move to LA if you really want to commit to the bit).

[Via Travel + Leisure]

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