London, Sep 11 : Troubled popstar Amy Winehouse has sights her set on a 750,000 pounds countryside retreat in order to escape from her demons.
The 'Back to Black' hitmaker is reportedly just a few days away from exchanging contracts on the 150 year old farmhouse in Suffolk Village comprising of seven bedrooms, three sitting rooms and a conservatory.
"Amy has been looking for something in the area - and this particular place really is the ideal location," the Sun quoted a source, as saying.
"It is a really quiet, hidden spot where she would be away from the chaos of her life in London and could concentrate properly on getting her life back on track again," the source added.
Winehouse's dad Mitch seems to be in favour of the estate, which is just blocks away from Amy's junkie husband Blake Fielder-Civil's jail.
"I hope she will be very happy there," Mitch said.
"When Blake comes out of prison the two of them are going to need somewhere to live together," he added.