Avengers: Endgame fans may still feel a little glum over the death of Tony Stark, who was one of the most beloved characters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
With Tony gone, the MCU has lost a lot of the heart and humour which guided the franchise throughout ‘The Infinity Saga’ era.
Unpredictable, idiosyncratic and with the kind of likeable charm which made you excuse his arrogance, Robert Downey Jr.’s portrayal has set the bar high for future Marvel actors who imbue their superheroes with humanity and authenticity.
Fortunately, fans still have a chance to feel close to this unique hero, who embodied all the excitement and wit of this modern Marvel age.
You can now stay in the very same cabin where Tony lived with Pepper Potts and their daughter Morgan following the emotional aftermath of Infinity War.
It is assumed Tony spent most of the five years leading up to the events in Endgame at the cabin, where he assumed a new role as a father.
This quieter, more reflective side to Tony only made the final goodbye more poignant, with many fans longing to see him return to the cabin to live out his days as a peaceful family man. Sadly, this was not to be, with the idyllic setting eventually becoming his final resting place.
This pretty lakeside home wasn’t just a set piece, and is in fact a real cabin, just a 30 minute drive away from Atlanta, Georgia. Now you too can spend time there, stewing over the fate of the universe.
The cabin has been listed on Airbnb, and looks like a lovely place to spend a cosy weekend. With three bedrooms and three baths, it can host up to six guests, and would make the ideal setting for an Endgame re-watch.
According to the cabin listing, a stay at this woodland hideaway will set you back $335 (£260.60) per night:
Set in the middle of beautiful Bouckaert Farm and home of Chattahoochee Hills Eventing this guest cabin can be your home away from home.
Need to get away from it all without traveling more than 30 minutes from Atlanta? Need to have a corporate retreat with your elite team? Need to come take the kids fishing and watch a horse show? Then this is your place.
If you weren’t already convinced, the reviews are pretty stellar and it’s easy to imagine how Tony would have been happy here in his final years.
One reviewer described the cabin as ‘beautiful and peaceful’, while another said it was ‘gorgeous and serene’.
It may not have the slick, sophisticated air of Stark Tower, but it’s at this very cabin where Tony became the man he was always meant to be.
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