The legendary Camden house of troubled singer Amy Winehouse has sold for £1.98m.
It was sold under auction because agents seemingly had trouble shifting the four-story home.
The semi-detached house was originally put on the market back in May for £2.7m. However, it reportedly attracted a lot of fake buyers, with genuinely interested parties put off by fans milling around outside.
The Back to Black and Rehab singer, who struggled publicly with drink and drugs, was found dead in the property last July.
The house quickly became a shrine for Winehouse enthusiasts who still continue to visit the three-bedroom party pad, equipped with a gym and recording studio.
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