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Amy Winehouse’s Camden home to be auctioned

By | Published on Monday 19 November 2012

Amy Winehouse

It’s been confirmed that Amy Winehouse’s former home in Camden, where the singer was found dead in July last year, is to be auctioned by McHugh & Co next month.

At one point intended to be used as an HQ for the charity set up by the Winehouse family in Amy’s memory, the Amy Winehouse Foundation, the building was put up for sale in May with an asking price of £2.7 million. A buyer having so far not been found, it will now be auctioned with a guide price of £1.8 million on 3 Dec.

The auction catalogue apparently does not mention the property’s famous former owner.


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