Amy Winehouse's London home up for auction

  • Singer Amy Winehouse's north London home is set to go under the hammer after it failed to sell, auctioneer McHugh & Co said on Friday.

    Her family put up her home in Camden Square for sale in May for $4.3 million. It will now be offered with a guide price of $2.8 million.

    The three-bedroom house will be auctioned on December 3.

    While the singer's property was on the market, at least two parties put in offers but the deals failed to materialize as they did not have the means.

    Winehouse was found dead in her home, aged 27, from alcohol poisoning on July 23, 2011.