The house in Camden where Amy Winehouse lived and died has been listed for £2,699,950. Relatives put rumors to rest that the house would be used as headquarters for the Amy Winehouse Foundation. The relatives also stated that to allow family to live in the house would be inappropriate.

The property has only changed hands one time in more than 40 years and retains many of the features that it had when it was built. Major upgrades include only a new electrical and heating system. The property has also had an integrated sound and closed circuit television system.

The house, which is a semi-detached villa, consists of three double bedrooms and three reception rooms. The floors are of dark wood and the kitchen consists of black and white checkered tiles.

Winehouse was 27 years old when her body was found in her bedroom after a long battle with drugs and alcohol.

Amy Winehouse home in Camden put up for sale at £2.7m