Shortly after Amber Heard’s very public court case with ex-husband Johnny Depp, she made sure to stay off the paparazzi’s radar by sticking close to her Yucca Valley, California home, about two hours outside of Los Angeles. Heard got her desert abode for $570,000 in 2019, in a corner of the Mojave Desert that offers complete privacy (and hot temperatures in the summer), and while it’s been her primary residence for much of the time since, Dirt now reports that the house has sold for nearly $1.1 million — a nice profit for the Aquaman star.
Heard’s residence boasts 2,457 square feet with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and an attached three-car garage. While the house feels rustic, it is well-appointed with top-of-the-line appliances and calming decor. The pièce de résistance is the spectacular view it affords, not only gorgeous during the daytime with the natural landscaping and sunshine, but also an evening oasis in the desert, perfect for pulling out a telescope and taking in the stars.
As Heard moves into the next chapter of her real estate journey, take a peek inside the home where she stayed during this tumultuous last year — and check out more photos on Dirt.
A version of this story was originally published in May 2022.
A Cool Ranch
The location of the ranch home is so remote that the town only has approximately 20,000 residents — small for a Southern California area.
The kitchen offers high-end appliances, but the decor mimics the rough-and-tumble feel of the outside landscaping.
The living room has a party nook with a wine fridge and a reclaimed-wood bar.
The dining room opens up into the living room and kitchen, so this makes the home an easy place to entertain.
The primary suite has sliding glass doors that open to a back patio, so Heard can start her day with nature.
The primary bathroom delivers a gorgeous stone shower with a sunken tub as the focal point of the room, plus two vanities for getting ready for a night out.
Nature at Its Finest
The backyard doesn’t need to be formally landscaped because the Mojave Desert does a great job of decorating on its own.
A Bridge to Splendor
There is also a 110-foot wooden bridge that was built by the prior owner that leads to the biggest selling point on the property.
The bridge leads to a gazebo with stunning views of the entire Yucca Valley with its clear blue skies and night-time stargazing.
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