Agatha Christie’s Greenway set to open to the public
Greenway, ‘the loveliest place in the world’, according to Agatha Christie, but then it was her house, will open to the public this week.
A National Trust restoration of the novelist’s home, to the tune of £5.4 million, has returned the home to its heyday, ready for visitors to share in its magic.
Mathew Prichard, Christie’s grandson, said: “What I wish most is that the people who visit it feel some of the magic and sense of place that I felt when my family and I spent so much time there in the 1950s and 1960s. If they do, then our gift of Greenway will be worthwhile.”
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