The house where Will Smith ‘lived’ in the 90s could be yours for one night, but to do so you will have to meet certain requirements
Will Smith will allow you to enter what was his home in ‘The Prince of’ Bel-Air ‘.
Photo: Will Smith / Instagram / Courtesy
The mansion where he lived Will Smith, during the recordings of the famous series ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’, it could be yours for a few nights, by making it known that it will be available for rent on the platform Airbnb.
The series, which was issued September 1990 to May 1996, had as headquarters an imposing house in the area of Brentwood Heights, in California, where the rapper’s large family went through a lot of adventures.
The property will reopen, marking the 30th anniversary of the project that catapulted Smith to stardom, but will only do so for a lucky few.
According to the organizers of the dynamic, the house only will be available for five nights and reservations can be made from next September 29.
The available dates will be the October 2, 5, 8, 11 and 14.
Despite the temptation of the proposal, to be one of those chosen you must meet certain requirements, in addition to paying $ 30 dollars for the night of lodging.
Dynamics will only admit visitors from Los Angeles and that they can demonstrate that they live in the same house, as it seeks to minimize the risks related to COVID-19.
Will Smith & DJ Jazzy Jeff are renting out the Bel-Air mansion via Airbnb for the 30th anniversary of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 🏛 pic.twitter.com/7ZBcOUF11O
– Rap All-Stars 🏆 (@RapAllStars) September 14, 2020
The reservation is for two people, who They will sleep in what was Will Smith’s bedroom in the series. There they will be waiting for some Jordan tennis shoes and a basketball hoop. They will also have access to a living room, dining room and pool, but not to the kitchen and other rooms.
“I’m back. And this time I give you the keys so you can have my wing of the mansion all to yourself, but touching my collection of sneakers is forbidden, okay? ”Smith joked.
The mansion also has various elements alluding to the series, so that guests can feel that they traveled back in time and that they were transferred to the nineties.
Part of the proceeds will be donated to Boys & Girls Clubs of Philadelphia.
Click here to see what the house looks like today.