The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air mansion is now available on Airbnb

Fresh Prince of Bel-Air home opens as Airbnb

Will Smith puts Fresh Prince of Bel-Air mansion on Airbnb

Booking opens on 29 September and the property is available for just 5 nights, 2, 5, 8, 11 and 14 October.

Will Smith is offering fans the chance to kick back in the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air mansion, 30 years after his taxi first pulled up outside the lavish property on the hit '90s sitcom.

And those lucky enough to book themselves a one night stay are in for a treat.

Regardless of what day of the week you book, the nightly rate is just US$30 in celebration of the show's 30th-anniversary debut. "If you click that icon, it ignites a full size Fresh Prince takeover, finish with a cab cab, some" Carlton Dance" activity, classic'90s restyling of this search engine, and a few customized hyperlinks which you may browse through for pleasure soundbites in the set!

There's also an incredible pool lounge area - "great for dips" - and the house has been decked out with "bold graffiti art and timeless family portraits".

On their website, the company revealed that the a portion of the home - which includes one bedroom, one bathroom, a dining room, an outdoor lounge, and the pool area - will be available to Los Angeles County residents to rent when bookings begin on September 29. They'll also have access to clothes in the bedroom's closet and can even use DJ Jazzy Jeff's icon turntables.

Fresh Prince of Bel-Air home opens as Airbnb

"The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" mansion.

The Airbnb website describes it as "The Freshest Los Angeles Mansion Around" which is "hosted by Will".

If these restrictions put you out of the running then fear not!

Guests will get to spend some virtual time with him in his home studio and "spin some vinyl together in honor of the good 'ole days at the freshest crib in LA". Will teased the "Fresh Prince" reunion, which is slated to air on HBO Max at some point around Thanksgiving.

It won't be a scripted sitcom, and the cast won't be returning as their beloved characters.

The original show ran from 1990 to 1996 and starred Smith playing Will, a fictionalised version of himself who moved from West Philadelphia to live with his aunt and uncle in their Bel Air mansion after getting into a street fight.

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