Amber Heard has sold her California desert hideaway almost two months after Johnny Depp won the defamation suit against her.
The estate in California's Yucca Valley, consisting of three bedrooms and three bathrooms and built on six acres of property, was sold off-market.
According to public records, the house was sold for $1.05 million on 18 July. The 36-year-old actress had paid $570,000 for the house in 2019, so she has made a sizable profit out of the deal, reports Mint.
Rickard and Carol-Jeanette Jorgensen, who founded Jorgensen & Company LLC are the new owners of the house.
Front doors made of solid iron, a kitchen with a double griddle stove, and wiring for a surround sound system throughout the house are among the amenities. The main bedroom has a soaking tub, large stone dual sinks, and two walk-in closets. The garage, meanwhile, measures about 1,200 square feet.
The estate, which covers more than 2,450 square feet, features a 110-foot bridge that connects to a hilltop gazebo and offers views of rocks, mountains, and the desert.
Johnny Depp won the defamation case where Amber was asked to pay $350,000 in punitive damages, as well as $10.35 million in compensatory damages.
Depp previously sold a series of prints he made of Hollywood and rock legends to a UK gallery network for about £3 million.
Depp posted on Instagram that the prints would soon be available for purchase online at Castle Fine Art, which operates a network of UK galleries. A picture of Depp working on a portrait of singer Bob Dylan was published online by the art dealer.
It said that the collection of prints called "Friends & Heroes" was "a testament to those he has known well and others who have inspired him as a person".
The gallery quoted Depp as saying, "My paintings surround my life, but I kept them to myself and limited myself. No one should ever limit themselves."