Tony Stark’s Cabin From ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Is up for Grabs on Airbnb

Jun 17, 2019

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Spoiler alert: In the most recent Avengers movie, “Endgame,” Tony Stark owns a secluded Lakeside cabin. And if you’re into that sort of thing, you can now rent it on Airbnb.

Travel + Leisure reported that the listing was found on Reddit by a user named Brayud and later confirmed by It’s located on the remote Bouckaert Farm in Fairburn, Georgia, which is about a 20-minute drive from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) and half-an-hour from Atlanta.

The cabin has two queen beds and two single beds, allowing space for up to six guests. The property owner also states that it’s the perfect spot to hold a corporate retreat with “your elite team.” Or, if that’s not your speed, it’s proximity to the lake makes the cabin an ideal location to bring your children fishing.

But don’t expect to get too rowdy at this property — the Airbnb rules explicitly state that guests can’t host parties or events, smoke, have pets and that there is a mandated “lights-out” time of 11pm. But hey, you’ll get to stand where Iron Man himself, (a.k.a. Robert Downey, Jr.) stood!

Currently, a night in Tony Stark’s lakeside cabin costs $800 a night on Airbnb. However, whether you’re a Marvel superfan or just looking for a remote getaway, it’s best to book fast. Prices are only expected to increase from here as the property grows in popularity.

For information on the listing, or to book, visit Airbnb.

Featured image courtesy of Airbnb.

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