Meet the 110-Year-Old Mansion Sold by ‘Avengers’ Director Anthony Russo in Pasadena

Anthony Russo put his century-old Pasadena mansion back on the market.

The imposing mansion, which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, is in search of new owners

Film director Anthony Russo, 51, who is behind the blockbuster ‘ Avengers’ films, decided to put his historic mansion in Pasadena, California, up for sale.

The property, which was built in 1911, not only attracts attention for its age but also because it was built by brothers Charles and Henry Greene.

The property, which is known as Culbertson House and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was recently released for sale for $ 6 million.

This is not the first time that Joe Russo’s brother has put on the market the historic home he acquired, for $ 5.9 million, at the end of 2018, because in September 2020 he announced it at $ 6.25 million.

The 8,559-square-foot, single-story home in question features Asian and Italian-inspired architecture.

Inside it is made up of six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, hall, kitchen, dining room, dining room, living room, main room, ballroom, terrace, among other rooms.

The kitchen was recently modernized and is comprised of a large center island and a butler’s pantry.

The master suite, which was where the filmmaker probably slept, has space for a large bed and a living room with a solarium, while its bathroom is made of marble and has wooden details.

Outside it has a green patio in the shape of a ‘U’, with a garden with one of the oldest creepers in California, with fountains, among other corners.

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History of the house

Culbertson House was built in 1911 to be inhabited by sisters Cordelia, Kate, and Margaret Culbertson.

In 1917 the property was bought by the widow of surgeon Dudley Peter Allen, who made it her summer home and shared it with her then-husband, Francis F. Prentiss.


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