The Camden property was bought by a couple in their 40s
Amy Winehouse‘s home in Camden, north London, has been sold for £1.98 million.
The three bedroom semi in Camden Square was sold at auction to a “couple in their 40s” reports The Sun.
The house had been listed on the open market for £2.8 million, but failed to sell. After the auction, Amy’s father Mitch Winehouse said of the property: “We are sorry to see it go.”
Amy Winehouse was found dead in the house last summer. She died of alcohol poisoning.
A statue of the late singer is to be erected in Camden. It will be unveiled at an all-star tribute concert at The Roundhouse on September 14, 2014, which would have been the star’s 31st birthday.
He said: “This is difficult for me to admit. But, yes, it’s true. Amy and I were lovers. I loved her then and, well, I still do today.”
He continued: “But towards the end, as only lovers can, she became quite mean and cruel to me. She didn’t suffer fools… and believe me, she had a mean right hook.”