The home of the lead character in Netflix’s Cobra Kai, Daniel LaRusso, is currently on the market for $2.65 million. Named Villa Flora, the opulent Mediterranean-style property exhibits tropical elements of faraway shores in the heart of East Cobb after it was designed to reflect the original owners’ time living on the Amalfi Coast.
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According to IMDb, Cobra Kai was predominantly filmed nearby in the state capital of Atlanta. In the show, Villa Flora is home to the LaRusso family, but it remains unclear where they will live in the fourth series.
All 9,214 square feet of Villa Flora are curated to pay tribute to an elegant European lifestyle, from the exquisite Lodowici Terra Cota roof to the Pella doors and windows, which drench the property in rich Georgian sunlight. Millions recognize this opulent Mediterranean design for its film history and architectural significance, which have attracted prestigious guests, including golfer Arnold Palmer and two former U.S. Presidents.
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Beyond the Pella doors, this home boasts six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a large wooden and marble kissed kitchen. The house epitomizes the flow between indoor and outdoor living – with its unique indoor garden spaces and notable arched features are a signature architectural style across the property.
Other significant assets include three ornate fireplaces, a walk-in closet, and a stylish wet bar which is sure to welcome many more discerning guests long into the future.
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Beyond these luxe living spaces, the exterior area boasts a large swimming pool and 1.1 acres of a lush verdant lawn that is surrounded by trees for privacy. Meanwhile, the quaint neighboring city of Marietta is renowned for its history and rich history and film culture and its traditional Southern restaurants, for when you want to venture beyond the walls of Villa Flora’s vibrant jungle-inspired sanctuary.
If you want to walk in Daniel LaRusso’s footsteps and call Villa Flora your home, the property at 130 Woodlawn Drive, NE Marietta is currently listed with Chad Carrodus and Jere Metcalf of Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty.
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No airplane ticket to Tuscany? No problem. The Cobra Kai house is the next best thing.
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