London, Feb 13 (ANI): Troubled singer Amy Winehouse will be shifting house once she returns from her holiday in the Caribbean.
Winehouse is renting a mansion in posh Hadley Wood, North London, which will be away from her old Camden house, and her family have organised the house, near the Hertfordshire countryside so she can move straight in when she returns.
"It's quiet and there won't be all that temptation on her doorstep," the Sun quoted a friend of hers as saying.
"But it's near to her home London borough of Enfield, and to Camden, so she won't feel too isolated. That's why she has agreed," the friend stated.
"I'm not very familiar with Amy. But knowing the people here, she'll be made welcome," director of The Hadley Wood Association, Rod Armstrong, said.
Mavis Webber, of the local Women's Institute, said: "It's a nice, quiet area. Country walks will do her good."
And Local Tory MP David Burrowes added: "The area has no pubs, clubs or wine bars. The only nightlife is a whole lot of foxes and wild-life. Amy could take on a role in the community."
Ghita Cohen, of the local theatre group, warned: "It's mainly middle-aged people with middle-class views here and I don't think it's her cup of tea - but I do hope she'll be happy." (ANI)