Jorge Javier Vázquez takes refuge in his house in Florida after his withdrawal from television

The announced temporary withdrawal of the presenter after several days of medical leave was about to fall. Jorge Javier Vazquez He gathered strength and launched his statement: “Sometimes you have to stop. The body and mind send you signals and, throughout my life, I have been little to pay attention to them. Until today. I need to stop to take care of myself. To ask myself what wanna.” It was the definitive temporary goodbye of him to television, to Mediaset and to the set of Save me. The presenter has managed his timing and has controlled when that moment has come. Now he has to take refuge in his house, with his pets, his dogs and his beloved donkey Fortunato. To this property he adds a new property that he acquired last year, for 1.5 million euros, as he published Ten minutes.

This is the property that he bought in 2010 and which is located in the exclusive urbanization of La Florida, in the Moncloa-Aravaca neighborhood, very close to the A6, the Carretera de La Coruña. To acquire it, he then requested a loan of two million euros, as has been published.

The 700-square-meter house stands on a beautiful 2,000-square-meter landscaped plot. An immense and bright living room open to the garden presides over the ground floor. It has four bedrooms and five bathrooms. The property has a service area. For added enjoyment, an outdoor pool and a full gym full of machines.

This impressive mansion is added to his latest purchase, which is very close to his current home, for which he has paid 1.5 million euros, according to Ten minutes. The house, registered as a hotel-building in a luxury urbanization, is built of exposed brick, with a large porch on one of the facades that gives access to the house. It also has a garage. The construction has two floors: on the upper floor are the rooms under cover. According to the publication, as it is a building-hotel it does not have a typical housing layout, so it will most likely be reformed in its own style.