'Captain America' Spotted While Filming At Harcourt Drive Home
"Captain America: The Winter Soldier" has been filming in Cleveland for weeks and on Wednesday afternoon came to a home at 2178 Harcourt Boulevard to film a short scene.
According to media reports, the home is being converted into a nursing home where Cap, played by Chris Evans, is visiting with his fellow World War II veterans.
Also on scene was actress Hayley Atwell, who played Captain America's love interest in the first film and was dressed as an elderly woman.
At about 5:40 p.m. Evans walked out of the house and hopped in line for some dinner. He grabbed a styrofoam tray of grub and then headed to a tent to eat.
After dinner Evans arrived back at the set in a black SUV and walked back in the house.
The home, which is for sale, is a Cleveland Heights landmark. It was built in 1915 for Kermode Gill, who built the Terminal Tower and Central Union Station, according to Zillow.
The Manor has only had two owners and has not been on the market in 55 years.
It is priced at $899,000.