Crime Queen Agatha Christie's Winterbrook house of 42 years is for sale for £2,750,000. The novelist bought the 5-acre, 3-story property in 1934 and wrote many of her famous novels here. An elegant five-bedroom home with period features, the beautiful mansion perked on the River Thames banks is the perfect place to snap up a slice of British history. Tour inside...
The inside of the house feels like a cozy escape secluded in the Oxfordshire countryside.
The floor-to-ceiling windows flood the space with plenty of natural light.
The rooms of particular interest include the library, study, and drawing room.
The spacious kitchen has its own separate utility room and walk-in larder.
The well-proportioned rooms arranged over 3 floors offer enough space for the entire family.
A bathroom with a stone fireplace
Many period features have remained, filling the home with immense character and charm.
Cheery yellow overflows almost the whole house. Perhaps, it's Agatha's favorite color.
The house is said to be the model for Danemead, Miss Marple's house in St Mary Mead.
The extensive garden runs down to the River Thames and features sweeping lawns, mature hedging, flowerbeds, and perennial plants that give the garden interest all year round.
An additional cottage of Georgian style is set for guests.
The exterior is also brimming with character, such as brick dressings, a Queen Anne façade...
And a blue plaque by the front door in recognition of the house's famous former owner