“Cobra Kai” supporters can dwell like Daniel LaRusso in this Ga mansion.
The mysterious new proprietors of the 9,200-square-foot mansion that served as the LaRusso family members household in “Cobra Kai” Seasons 1 by 3 program to convert it into an Airbnb rental, according to a resource close to the consumer.
In the YouTube-turned-Netflix-demonstrate — dependent on the iconic “Karate Kid” videos — this six-bedroom, six-rest room residence is established in Encino, Calif.
“I’ve been pleasantly shocked by the selection of satisfied tears it’s [the LaRusso mansion has] brought on for men and women. It is fairly exclusive to see. It will be incredibly entertaining to check out these ideas arrive to life,” listing broker TikToker Chad Carrodus instructed The Submit.
It is already been an fascinating 7 days for “Cobra Kai” lovers. Season 4 has not even premiered nevertheless but Netflix has renewed the exhibit for a fifth period, they announced Friday — sans the LaRusso property, except if producers strike a offer with the new owners.
The suburban Atlanta home’s sale is pending following acquiring very last been outlined for $2.4 million earlier this thirty day period. Specifics on the forthcoming listing are not accessible, but nearby stays on Airbnb assortment from $99 to $2,700.
“The Karate Child/Cobra Kai franchise is multigenerational and has such a passionate fanbase. Persons occur from across the planet to see the LaRusso Mansion,” Carrodus informed The Post.
The Mediterranean-model dwelling with a terra-cotta roof was built in 2008 and has an interior two-story glass atrium with a pond and gardens.
The kitchen area still has the exact same cabinets, shelving and even drawer handles viewed in Period 3 when Daniel (Ralph Macchio) aids his daughter, Sam (Mary Mouser), with her PTSD. The kitchen area has a Wolf stove, selection and 48-inch subzero refrigerator two Bosch dishwashers and a wooden fireplace pizza oven, in accordance to listing products.
The home also has a “man cave,” an au pair suite, a quirky historic-ruins-like brick shower, 3 fireplaces, a soaked bar and cathedral ceilings, The Publish documented when the residence first strike the marketplace for $2.65 million.
The 1.1-acre property has gardens and a pool, wherever LaRusso, played by Ralph Macchio, confronts childhood bully Johnny Lawrence (played by William Zabka). In Season 1, LaRusso’s wife, Amanda (Courtney Henggeler), stands in the close by arched doorway as she asks them not to get blood on the patio.
It is equipped with a warm tub, an al fresco dining location, an outdoor fire, a koi pond, a greenhouse, apple trees, fig trees, pear trees and azaleas, in accordance to listing products.