Amy Winehouse’s family has put the Northwest London home where the
late singer was found dead last July up for sale for £2.7 million, or
$4.2 million, the Associated Press reports.
Though a spokesman for the Winehouse family said Amy had loved the
house, her family decided with “great regret” to sell, believing it
would be inappropriate for any of them to live in the Camden property.
“It was not practical to keep it empty while paying the costs of its
upkeep,” said spokesman Chris Goodman in a statement. “It is a wonderful
place and will be a happy family home for someone.”