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If every house tells a story, then the new homeowners of this London abode have a tragic, if essential, one to share. Amy Winehouse's Camden Square home where she died from alcohol poisoning in 2011 has been sold at auction for $3.2 million, the BBC reports. Five bidders duked it out for the elegant three-bedroom house, with bidding starting at $2.7 million, and the auction catalog reportedly made no mention of Winehouse's name. The 27-year-old chanteuse was found dead inside the home on July 23, 2011, and it quickly became a de facto shrine to grieving fans, who came bearing flowers and set up memorials outside. Winehouse's family had initially planned for the house to be the »

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