Reluctantly, the family decided to market the home of Camden
The house where Amy Winehouse lived in the district of Camden in London, was offered for sale by his family. It was here, north of the city, where fans gathered to leave flowers, candles and many other tributes after death of the singer of "Rehab" in July last year.
The online real estate agency Home Network announces the price of almost 2.7 million pounds (equivalent to 8.4 million dollars) for a OWNED with "three large bedrooms, three reception rooms and private gardens."
It was believed that the charitable foundation "Amy Winehouse Foundation", created by his family would be based on site, but they were just rumors, denied by the representative, who also explained the reason for selling ten months after the death of the star of "Back To Black ":
"The family Winehouse, extremely sorry, decided to put the house on the market. Amy loved that house, but no member of the family thought it was appropriate to live on site. It would be impractical to keep it empty and have to pay maintenance costs. It an incredible site and will be a happy home for any family. "
Here are some pictures of the former home of Amy Winehouse: