Iron Man fans have been begging for the resurrection of Tony Stark, and while that might not happen in real life, we do have some (almost) equally good news for you.
You can officially pretend to be Tony Stark and live like Marvels’ “Avengers”!
You know the cozy little lakeside cabin that Tony Stark, Pepper Potts and their daughter lived after Thanos’ initial death? Yes, the same location that served as his funeral in “Avengers: Endgame.”
Well, if you’re in Georgia, you can rent it on Airbnb.
Tucked away in the serene landscapes of Fairburn, Georgia, the cabin is going for around $800 per night (at the time of writing this).
The origin of time travel (at least in the Marvel Universe) offers three bedrooms and three bathrooms. It can comfortably house six guests at once.
The cabin is owned by Chattahoochee Hills Eventing.
It is located thirty minutes from Atlanta and twenty minutes by car from the Harsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. It’s no easy task getting there, but once you arrive, you won’t want to leave.
Find yourself hungry and not wanting to drive twenty minutes to Atlanta for dinner? You’re in luck. There’s a grocery store about seven miles away.
There is a minimum three-night stay – so get ready to cozy up for a long weekend with some of your best pals.
Two of the bedrooms are outfitted with one queen bed. The third bedroom has two single beds.
The Airbnb listing reads: “For those interested in booking huge Marvel Avengers Endgame fans… this IS the cabin!!!”
Amenities include a full working kitchen, indoor fireplace, free parking on the property, and Wi-Fi. There’s also a beautiful pond (as seen in the film!), and a first-aid kit, just in case aliens come down during your stay.
“Set on private property in the middle of beautiful Bouckaert Farm and home of Chattahoochee Hills Eventing this guest cabin can be your home away from home.”
The area is a great place to relax, unwind, go fishing, or watch a local horse show. After all, the cabin sits on an 8,000-acre farm that is a popular place for horseriding events.
The cabin has always been listed on Airbnb and is typically rented by people attending horseshows.
That was until someone conducted a reverse-image search and discovered the cabin was actually featured in the Avengers film and the Internet went wild.
Ed Durden, the assistant farm manager and office manager, told CNN that following this incident they had to change everything about the listing because they were being bombarded with emails and requests.
The cabin used to rent for much less, but now the nightly cost has gone up to $800 with a three-night minimum stay. Simply because demand to stay in the cabin is so high.
After factoring in service and cleaning fees, you could be looking at around $2,700 for your stay at the famous cabin.
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I don’t know why I’m so stressed posting this. The movie is already out 😂 I guess when Barry said no cameras we all heard bring your cameras. Hands down the most memorable day of my career and still to this day, the strangest wedding I’ve ever been to. #avengersendgame #thewedding
The Avengers is not the only movie to film on site.
“We host TV and movie productions here all the time, as well… ‘Black Panther,’ ‘The Mule,’ too many to name,” Durden shared.
People who have stayed at the cabin give it good reviews – and not just because of its famous history. Reviewers say it is a peaceful and beautiful place to get away from it all.
“Gorgeous and serene lakeside cabin with wrap around porch and every conceivable amenity. We did not want to leave, and will definitely be back,” writes Tracey, who stayed there in March 2018.
There are a few rules – no parties, no smoking, and no pets. Instead, get ready to geek out over the Avengers and be sure to take plenty of pics on the famous porch to make all your friends jelly!