The nonagenarian Puerto Rican actress Rita Morenowho is recognized for her role on screen and for her ability as a dancer, gave the note a few hours ago after confessing details of the relationship she had with Marlon Brandowhom he defined as an extraordinary man, but who made him see his luck, to such a degree of bring her to the brink of suicide.
Despite those bitter drinks they went through, everything seems to indicate that the Caribbean woman never forgot the great love that they professed during the 50s, to such an extent that he still has several photos of him.
Some of the souvenir photographs were hung on the walls of the mansions that Rita shared with her late husband, Leonard Gordon, as happened with the house in Malibu.
That property, which was built in 1962 and changed hands on November 10, was put up for sale in 2015 by the actress from the movie ‘West Side Story’ for $2.6 million dollarsbut it was until now that it changed owners.
According to the technical sheet, released by various media, his former residence has an extension of 1,800 square feetwith three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
It also has a hall, kitchen, dining room, living room, main room, laundry room, garage for six vehicles, among other rooms.
Outside, on his lot 9,648 square feet, It has green areas, a terrace, a fountain and direct access to the beach, so the views from the property are simply unmatched.
“With this once-in-a-lifetime view and beach access, a little more modernization would transform the property into a 21st century masterpiece. A haven for all kinds of outdoor activities, you’ll love this West Malibu location that offers plenty of community amenities within a 5-mile radius.”
To see more images of Rita Moreno’s former home in Malibu, click here.
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