Amy Winehouse’s neighbours are selling up because they have had enough of the constant parties.

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The troubled Rehab singer moved to the quiet residential street in Camden, North London, just six weeks ago but has already caused the owners of the house next door to put their property on the market.

A source told the Daily Mirror: “The neighbours are fed up with the constant noise and rumpus. There is always loud music and parties with people coming and going into the small hours.

“Before Amy showed up it was a peaceful street with nice, quiet, normal neighbours, now she has disrupted their lives.

“The owners are very concerned their property will plummet in value.”

The three-floor mews house, which the owners rent out to tenants, has an asking price of UKP725,000.

A spokesperson for the 24-year-old star blamed paparazzi for the disruption, saying: “Unfortunately Amy is followed by photographers wherever she goes. They wait outside for her at all hours of the night. Sadly, it’s not something she can do anything about.”

Meanwhile, Amy’s husband Blake Fielder-Civil – who is currently in London’s Pentonville Prison awaiting trial on charges of grievous bodily harm and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice – has reportedly decided he wants a divorce.

A friend told The Sun: “He is upset about how close Amy has been getting to some of the men in her life and that she never visits.

“He told her a few days ago he wants to end the marriage and she has to visit him to discuss it.”