For those that love a good murder mystery, you’ll be intrigued at the prospect of buying this one-bedroom flat in Chelsea, London.

The incredibly popular author Agatha Christie lived in the apartment for a whopping 28 years and wrote some of her most famous murder mysteries here, including her play The Mousetrap. It also happens to be the setting for her Poirot novel, Third Girl, published in 1966.

Christie, who also owned a house in Devon where her Miss Marple stories are set, lived in the London flat with her second husband Sir Max Mallowan from 1948 until her death in 1976.

Set within an Art Deco mansion block in Swan Court, close to the King’s Road, the ground-floor flat has been beautifully refurbished.

The rooms, including a reception room, kitchen, bathroom, large bedroom and storage, are all well-proportioned, bright and airy. The colors throughout are neutral and calming, with pale floors, and white windows, doors and ceilings.

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