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.
Amy Winehouse's London Home Up for Auction
House where singer died has suggested price of $2.85 million
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