The family of the late Amy Winehouse said goodbye to the singer's Camden Square, England home on Tuesday, as the residence that she was found dead in was put on the auction block.
The three-bedroom home went under the hammer in Piccadilly, going for $3.2 million when all was said and done. "I think they are pleased they have drawn a line under it," auctioneer Chris McHugh told the BBC. "They did have it on the market but they didn't get the result for them."
Winehouse, best known for her soul songs Valerie and Rehab, passed away in the house on July 23, 2011. She was 27.