Warning: SPOILERS for Avengers: Endgame are ahead!
Sometimes in order to move on, you need a change of scenery. Thatâ€™s what Tony Stark did in the five-year jump during Avengers: Endgame, as he, Pepper Potts and their daughter Morgan were living a quiet life at a lakeside cabin. Tony is now gone after sacrificing his life to save his universe, but his cabin remains both within the Marvel Cinematic Universe and in real life, although regarding the latter, itâ€™s going to cost you a lot more should you wish to stay there.
Tony Starkâ€™s cabin from Avengers: Endgame is located in Fairborn, Georgia, specifically in the middle of Bouckerat Farm, and itâ€™s not that far a drive from there to Atlanta International Airport or Atlanta itself. If you head over to Airbnb, you can rent the cabin, but while just a couple days ago it was $335 per night, now youâ€™ll have to pay $800 per night.
Wow, thatâ€™s a huge price hike! No doubt all the extra attention this cabin has gotten for being one of Avengers: Endgameâ€™s most important locations resulted in the increase. If so many Marvel fans are interested in spending time in the place where Tony Stark lived out the final years of his life and where the heroâ€™s funeral was held, surely some of them will be willing so spend a little extra money to hang out at the property, right?
So if youâ€™re still willing to throw down $800 a night to stay in this cabin, what bang do you get for your buck? Well, the three-bedroom cabin is also equipped with a kitchen, an indoor fireplace and Wi-Fi, and thereâ€™s also free parking on the premises. And, of course, for those of you who are more outdoors-y, youâ€™ll be able to venture out into the woods nearby to see soak in nature and see if you can spot any wild animals nearby.
Sadly, thereâ€™s no mention of if the bench where Old Man Steve Rogers was sitting when he passed on the Captain America mantle to Sam Wilson is on the property. Perhaps that bench was brought in for the movie, or perhaps that touching scene was shot elsewhere. Either way, having the bench nearby would complete the ensemble.
Since Tony Stark has passed on, itâ€™s unclear if weâ€™ll ever revisit this cabin in the MCU. Gwyneth Paltrow has said that she doesnâ€™t plan to reprise Pepper Potts in any major capacity going forward, but that doesnâ€™t rule out reuniting with Morgan Stark down the line. Years from now, maybe weâ€™ll see a teen Morgan back at that cabin demonstrating the same technical and scientific prowess that her father showed off at a young age.
Avengers: Endgame is winding down its time in theaters, but stay tuned to CinemaBlend for when it will be released on home media. In the meantime, the MCU will pick back up with Spider-Man: Far From Home on July 2, and browse through our Marvel movies guide to learn what else the MCU has coming down the pipeline.