The London home where Amy Winehouse passed away is now on the market for $4.155 million
The London home where Amy Winehouse passed away is now on the market for $4.155 million, reports Curbed. The late singer-songwriter's home has only changed owners once in over 40 years. With three bedrooms, two baths, front and rear gardens, and a recording studio this estate is sure to be a hot commodity.
Curbed reports that after Winehouse's death, there was speculation that the property would be converted into the headquarters for the Amy Winehouse foundation, but with this official listing, it appears as if those were indeed just rumors.
In addition to the three bedrooms and two baths, Winehouse's former home features 2,500 square feet of living space, new electrical and heating systems, integrated sound systems, CCTV, and a master suite with vaulted ceilings.