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Eva Longoria and husband José Bastón temporarily moving to Spain

Eva Longoria and her husband, José Bastón, are temporarily moving to Spain, Page Six can confirm.

“She’ll be spending a ton of time there working for the second half of this year,” a source tells Page Six, noting that the move is not permanent.

We’re told the “Desperate Housewives” star is a Spanish resident and owns a home there.

“She’ll be spending a ton of time there working for the second half of this year,” an insider told us. Eva Longoria / Instagram

The source noted that the move wasn’t permanent. Instagram: EvaLongoria

As Longoria, 49, and Bastón, 56, prepare to move abroad, they already have their vacation home in Marbella, Spain, which they snatched up in early 2023.

“It’s my oasis, my paradise,” the actress gushed during a January 2024 interview with Hello!. “When I’m not here, I work non-stop.”

At the time, she showed off glimpses of the mega-mansion, which is filled with “lots of bedrooms” for when her entire family visits.

Longoria and the media mogul already have a home in Marbella, Spain. EliotPress/MEGA

The couple purchased the home in early 2023. Eliot Press / ELIOTPRESS / MEGA

“It’s a holiday home and my mother, my sisters and their kids all come,” she explained. “And, of course, a big kitchen.”

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“In all my homes, I have a kitchen with a huge island, where everyone can sit together and have a glass of wine and nibbles while I cook. I love the kitchen – it’s always the heart of the house. And the one here is the best of all.”

The “Eva’s Kitchen” author added that the property also includes a garden and swimming pool for her and Bastón’s 5-year-old son, Santiago.

“It’s my oasis, my paradise,” the actress said about her home during an interview with Hello! in January. evalongoria/instagram

“When I’m not here, I work non-stop,” she added. Eva Longoria / Instagram

However, her favorite part of the home might just be her dressing room, which she admitted now holds her entire wardrobe.

“It’s amazing, with loads of space. I thought: ‘I won’t need many outfits; I’ll just be wearing swimming costumes and kaftans.’ But Marbella has masses of social life,” Longoria told the outlet. “So I’ve ended up with all my clothes here.”

Longoria explained she purchased the property after spending “five years” looking for the perfect place for her family to live part-time.

“It’s a holiday home and my mother, my sisters and their kids all come,” the mom of one continued. MEGA

The “Eva’s Kitchen” author claimed the kitchen is her favorite spot. InstagramEva Longoria

“The first time I came to Marbella, two decades ago, it was love at first sight. I said to myself: ‘Some day I’ll live here,’” she said.

When she first saw the property come on the market, it was just what she was looking for aside from needing a bit of refurbishing.

After purchasing the property, she elegantly decorated her home with beige, cream and white furniture to match the light-colored exterior and interior.

Her sprawling property also features a pool and garden for her son. Eva Longoria / Instagram

Five years ago, Longoria started to look for a property in Marbella.

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The Texas-born beauty’s temporary move to Spain might be a nice break from the usual day-to-day traffic in Los Angeles as she explained the two places “couldn’t be more different.”

“In Los Angeles, I’m always super busy — it’s not really so glamorous. I’m either on set, or in a meeting, or stuck in traffic … there’s so much traffic,” she said.

Meanwhile, Longoria and Bastón’s Beverly Hills, Calif., mansion still remains on the market despite the price dropping from $22,888,000 to $18,988,000 within the past year, per Realtor.

“The first time I came to Marbella, two decades ago, it was love at first sight,” she told the outlet. Eva Longoria/Instagram

The Texas-native added, “I said to myself: ‘Some day I’ll live here.’” Splash News

The 1.4-acre property boasts eight bedrooms and 9.5 baths with luxury features, including a sauna, home theater, gym, tennis court and temperature-controlled wine room.

The position of the estate offers plenty of privacy as it sits on a deep lot and is covered on all sides by trees.

When the property sells, the couple, who wed in 2016, will likely profit after purchasing the mansion for $13,500,000 in 2017, according to the outlet.

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