The night of Sunday, April 9, changed the lives of actress Maribel Guardia and her family completely, after Julián Figueroa, her only son, died inside her room after suffering a heart attack.
The death occurred in the house that the actress and singer has owned, for several years, in the exclusive neighborhood of Pedregal Gardenssouth of Mexico City.
The property, as Maribel herself has shown us, is distributed over three floors, has extensive green areas and spacious rooms.
Contrary to what happens with many celebrity homes, Maribel Guardia’s dining room is not connected to the other rooms, as it has doors leading to the living room and kitchen. Its dining room has a capacity for ten people.
To the right of the main entrance, the presenter placed a piano, as well as her living room and a fireplace to face the winter cold. It also has a quartz with the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe and several paintings by various Mexican and Costa Rican artists.
The main bedroom stands out for its golden tones and for its mirror, simulating a kind of dressing room. It also has a recliner.
In her bedroom there is a closet where she keeps her everyday clothes, while in another room she has the outfits she wears to work or to award ceremonies.
The property has a terrace in the upper part with a view of its large garden, which is enjoyed to the fullest by the presenter, her grandson José Julián and her three dogs, Russia, Patyshu and Ratatouille.
At present it has some children’s games and even a swing.
The property also has a heated pool and its own gym, where Maribel Guardia exercises twice a week. This room is decorated with mirrors and with several frames that include the images of the magazine covers that she has embellished with her presence.
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