It may not be a match for Stark’s futuristic mansion on a cliff (that went crumbling down at the hands of the Mandarin in Iron Man 3), but Tony Stark’s cabin from Avengers: Endgame is now an iconic movie setting that will stick with Marvel fans forever.
The lakeside cabin where Tony Stark retreats after the devastating events of Infinity War, looking to give daughter Morgan a normal upbringing instead of exposing her to the chaos of superhero life, serves as a backdrop to crucial scenes in the movie — culminating with what is now arguably one the most dramatic moments in the entire Marvel universe: Tony Stark’s funeral.
So I found Tony Starks Cabin on Airbnb if anyone needs a vacation to cope after Endgame. from r/marvelstudios
Listed on Airbnb by a secretive host who simply goes by “Ed,” the famous cabin was spotted by some eagle-eyed Reddit users, who quickly took to the website to compare screenshots from the movie to the photos in the listing.
Not only that, but movie goers have quickly spotted that the cabin used in the Avengers movie had an even more recent big-screen appearance.
Once the property was up on reddit, it didn’t take long for people to figure out that Avengers: Endgame was not the only summer blockbuster filmed at this location.
The same cabin was used in Godzilla: Kind of the Monsters, as Kyle Chandler’s home, where he retreats after the life-altering events that take place in 2014’s Godzilla (starting to see a pattern here).
Tony Stark’s lakeside cabin (IRL)
Set on private property in the middle of the beautiful Bouckaert Farms, Tony Stark’s cabin is located in Chattahoochee Hills — a small, private community of less than 2,500 people in Fulton County, Georgia.
And that fits the narrative pretty well, as Tony’s new home in Avengers: Endgame is a secluded cabin where he retreats with Pepper Potts following the emotional aftermath of Infinity War, a quiet and peaceful place where the two can raise their daughter, Morgan.
Yet not remote enough so that people can’t reach him with ease (you know, in case the world needs saving again).
The property comes with three bedrooms, four beds, three baths, and it can accommodate up to six people.
It’s about a 20-min drive away from Atlanta International airport — which probably made it a lot easier to get the entire cast of Endgame together for Stark’s funeral. Or, if you’re Mark Ruffalo or Tom Holland, ‘the wedding scene’.
How to book a stay at the Avengers cabin
Well, this is a short “how to”: you can simply book the cabin on Airbnb here. Thought it’s worth mentioning that now, since the cat is out of the bag, availabilities may be a little scarce, so make sure to move fast.
As demand increases, so do the rates. At this time, the rate for a one-night stay is $1,066, but may go up considerably.
The cabin definitely plays up its Endgame connection and doesn’t just settle for being a pretty damn nice cabin. “You have full use of the cabin and the back porch for hanging out,” the listing says, “taking photos and sending text/emails to friends regarding your stay in the Marvel Avengers Endgame cabin. Stand where hero’s/stars stood for the wreath floating in the lake just a few feet away from you.”
Before booking a stay here, you might feel the need to double-check whether this truly is the same cabin used in Avengers: Endgame. And if the listing description is not credible enough, reddit comes to the rescue once again.
Minutes after the link to the property was posted, redditors flocked to the listing and scoured the photos to identify similarities between the Airbnb cabin and scenes of Stark’s house in the movie. It didn’t take them long to find them:
Now, if you do end up booking the Avengers: Endgame cabin for a stay and you do some recon of your own, matching movie scenes with your surroundings, make sure to drop us a line at [email protected] We’d love to see them!
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