Inside Amber Heard's remote desert hideaway
We've all learnt an awful lot about Johnny Depp and Amber Heard in light of the recent, very public trial.
As the trial has reached its conclusion, yet another interesting piece of information about Heard has made its way into the public domain.
Reportedly, the 36-year-old actor confirmed in her opening testimony that she lives in a sleepy town called Yucca Valley, which is located in the beautiful Mojave Desert. The town is roughly 200-kilometres east of Los Angeles and the rural locale is not a place where you'll find many A-listers.
The locale only has about 22,000 residents total, and it's known for its art culture, as well as its proximity to celebrated places like Joshua Tree, Coachella and Palm Springs.
The house itself was purchased by Heard in 2019; however, property records show the abode was bought through a trust attached to Heard's accountant.
Costing USD $570,000 ($795,000) at the time, the unique 2015-built residence hoasts three bedrooms, three bathrooms and sits on 24,281-square-metres of arid but beautiful land.
Features include a large open-plan kitchen, living and dining area with vaulted ceilings, fireplace and floor to ceiling windows that no doubt provide Heard with exceptional views of the surrounding desert.
Another distinct benefit of the property is a custom 34-metres bridge that enables occupants to cross a dried-up creek and access an elevated gazebo perched on a rocky hill.
Although Heard purchased the property back in 2019, the mother-of-one only started living in the house earlier this year.