The family of Amy Winehouse has put the London home where the singer passed away on the market for a price of £2.7 million, which equates to roughly $4.3 million Canadian.
The 3-bedroom Camden home has become a shrine for mourning fans to leave cards, gifts, and other tributes to the singer, since she died of alcohol poisoning in July of last year.
The listing for the site can be found at HouseNetwork.co.uk, and features several photos of the gorgeous but empty 2500 square-foot household.
A spokesman for Winehouse’s family said that the family listed the property with “great” regret, but the costs of upkeep while keeping it empty were becoming difficult to justify.
A representative from Housenetwork.co.uk said that there has been a lot of interest coming in, and that they just need to “weed out the genuine interest from people who are just being nosy.”