Listen Now: A Fresh House
Ever wanted to sit on your throne as the Prince of Bel-Air? Here’s your chance.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the show “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” Will Smith is giving fans the chance to stay in the house he moved into. Available for stays in early October, the house is the actual mansion featured in the show, but it’s located in the southern California city of Brentwood, not Bel-Air.
The rate for a one-night stay is $30 and gives guests access to the master wing full of things inspired by the show. The master bedroom features sneakers and costumes that Will Smith actually wore on the show.
Guests can also hang out in the dining room, which comes complete with throne, or the outdoor lounge with pool. There’s no access to the home’s kitchen, but Will Smith says all meals will be served up on silver platters.
Upon arrival, guests will be greeted virtually by DJ Jazzy Jeff and given a socially-distanced tour by a concierge.
And–you don’t have to be born and raised in west Philadelphia.
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