Anne Heche crash house restored and up for sale

A California home has been restored after Anne Heche tragically crashed her car into it nearly two years ago.

Located in the desirable beachside neighbourhood of Mar Vista, Los Angeles, the current owners are looking to sell the residence for $1.35 million (£1.08 million).

Actor Heche died of her injuries on 11 August at the age of 53, six days after the crash.

The home, which has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, was relisted this week, appearing to be fully restored in the wake of the crash, as reported by TMZ.

New images of the home show it painted white with a small front porch overlooking the yard.

In the deadly incident, Heche drove her Mini Cooper into the home just before 11am, triggering a fire.

The actor wasn't freed for around 45 minutes, according to Los Angeles City Fire Department records.

The Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner determined Heche's cause of death was a result of injuries from the auto accident.

In nearly two years since the fiery fatal crash, Heche's estate has been sued by a number of different parties over damages from the incident.

One suit from the homeowner claimed the incident had left her "completely traumatised, unusually startled by hearing loud noises, plagued by nightmares and flashbacks of the incident, terrified of walking outside, and, atop that, without a place to live".

Heche is survived by sons Homer, 22, and Atlas, 15.