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Amy Winehouse's London Home Up for Auction

House where singer died has suggested price of $2.85 million

Amy Winehouse's former home in Camden, London.
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November 16, 2012 11:40 AM ET

Amy Winehouse's North London home will be auctioned on December 3rd through the headquarters of Bafta in Piccadilly, the BBC reports. The three-bedroom Camden Square house where Winehouse was found dead on July 23rd, 2011, failed to sell when her family listed it for $4.28 million in May. The new suggested price is $2.85 million. The auction catalogue, however, makes no mention that the house belonged to Winehouse. The singer was 27 when she died.

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