In the aftermath of her death last summer, Amy Winehouse’s London home became a shrine with fans flocking to pay tribute to the star.
Now the house where she lived and died has reportedly been put up for sale by her father Mitch for £2.7 million ($4.1 million).
Winehouse was found dead in the three-bedroom property in Camden on July 23 aged 27, and thousands of mourners gathered in the square outside to leave flowers, bottles of alcohol and packs of cigarettes in memory of the Back to Black singer.
Ten months after she passed away from alcohol poisoning, Winehouse’s family have placed the house on the market saying they felt it was inappropriate for any of them to live there.
There had been speculation that the villa in Camden Square, north-west London, could be used as the headquarters for the Amy Winehouse Foundation, a charity set up by the singer's family to support causes that help disadvantaged young people.
A family spokesman told The Sun newspaper: "The Winehouses have decided to put the house on the market, with great regret. Amy loved that house but none of the family felt it appropriate that they should live in it.
"It was not practical to keep it empty while paying for its upkeep. It is a wonderful place and will be a happy family home for someone."
Valued at £2,699,950 ($4,188,359), the 2,500 square feet property is described as a “substantial and impressive three double bedroom, three reception room semi-detached period villa with well-proportioned private gardens”.
The sales pitch says the house has a number of features such as a master suite with vaulted ceiling as well as modern upgrades including new electrical and heating systems and an integrated sound system and CCTV.