“Cobra Kai” fans can live like Daniel LaRusso in this Georgia mansion.
The mysterious new owners of the 9,200-square-foot mansion that served as the LaRusso family house in “Cobra Kai” Seasons 1 through 3 plan to turn it into an Airbnb rental, according to multiple reports.
In the YouTube-turned-Netflix-show — based on the iconic “Karate Kid” movies — this six-bedroom, six-bathroom house is set in Encino, Calif.
It’s already been an exciting week for “Cobra Kai” fans. Season 4 hasn’t even premiered yet but Netflix has renewed the show for a fifth season, they announced Friday — sans the LaRusso property, unless producers strike a deal with the new owners.
The suburban Atlanta home’s sale is pending after having last been listed for $2.4 million earlier this month. Details on the upcoming listing aren’t available, but nearby stays on Airbnb range from $99 to $2,700.
The Mediterranean-style home with a terra-cotta roof was built in 2008 and has an inner two-story glass atrium with a pond and gardens.
The kitchen still has the same cabinets, shelving and even drawer handles seen in Season 3 when Daniel (Ralph Macchio) helps his daughter, Sam (Mary Mouser), with her PTSD. The kitchen has a Wolf stove, range and 48-inch subzero refrigerator; two Bosch dishwashers; and a wood fire pizza oven, according to listing materials.
The home also has a “man cave,” an au pair suite, a quirky ancient-ruins-like brick shower, three fireplaces, a wet bar and cathedral ceilings, The Post reported when the home first hit the market for $2.65 million.
The 1.1-acre property has gardens and a pool, where 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 nearby arched doorway as she asks them not to get blood on the patio.
It is equipped with a hot tub, an al fresco dining area, an outdoor fireplace, a koi pond, a greenhouse, apple trees, fig trees, pear trees and azaleas, according to listing materials.
Listing broker and TikToker Chad Carrodus of Ansley Real Estate did not respond to The Post’s request for comment.
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