Let’s be honest, those of us who were lucky enough to own a Barbie Dreamhouse as a kid all wished that we could somehow magically be transported inside the dreamy pink and white mansion.
But it seems that wish has just become a reality as Airbnb has teamed up with the iconic toy company to create a real-life Barbie Dreamhouse fit for every Barbie superfan.
The life-size version of the mansion is located in Malibu, California and boasts several jealousy-inducing features.
According to The Independent, the Dreamhouse comes complete with an infinity swimming pool, outdoor dining area, and dressing rooms – all replicating the style of the classic childhood toy to give us that real slice of nostalgia.
There’s also a movie theatre, hobby studio, sports court, and meditation area if you’re wanting some peace and quiet.
Now, you’re probably thinking, “how can I book?” Well, there is a slight catch…
Unfortunately, only one lucky group of vacationers will be able to book the Malibu Dreamhouse, as the listing is only available for a single two-night stay.
To celebrate Barbie’s 60th anniversary, Airbnb is offering guests the chance for a group of up to four friends to book out the pad from October 27 to 29.
According to the legendary toy company, the trip comes with a meet-and-greet with hairstylist Jen Atkin, a fencing lesson with American Olympian Ibtihaj Muhammad, a cooking lesson with top Malibu chef Gina Clarke-Helm, and a tour of Columbia Memorial Space Centre with pilot and aerospace engineer Jill Meyers as well.
It seems the rare listing is also for a good cause. Airbnb has announced they will make a donation to The Barbie Dream Gap Project, which aims to help inspire young women to follow their dreams, providing the resources and support they need.
Since the launch of the life-sized Dreamhouse, fans have taken to Twitter to express their excitement at the Barbie-inspired home.
“OMG Barbie put her Dreamhouse on Airbnb!” wrote one user.
“That’s magnificent! A dream come true,” added a second.
Fancy your chances? Reservations open on Oct. 23 at 11 a.m. (PST) and will cost a surprisingly affordable $60 per night.