Once described as "The loviest place in the world" by former owner Agatha Christie. The Greenways Estate is nestled away on the bank of the River Dart in Devon. Bought by the Christie family in 1938 the house and gardens have become famous for featuring in several of Christie's literary works. As well as providing the location for the recent final series of David Suchet's Poirot. The garden, landscaped by Humphry Repton in the eighteenth century feels as though it has been designed with the River Dart in mind. As you walk around the grounds all paths eventually lead you to an opening where the river is beautifully framed amongst a sea of native Devonshire plants.