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Greenway is now a Grade II* listed building. The Greenway estate is known for its large riverside garden, which was acquired by the National Trust in 1999. The gardens contain plants from the southern hemisphere and have been open to the public since March 2002.
The house was occupied by Christie and Mallowan until their deaths in 1976 and 1978 respectively. Christie's daughter Rosalind and her husband Anthony Hicks lived in the house from 1968. Rosalind Hicks died in 2004.
The garden is open to the public as is the Barn Gallery, which shows work by contemporary local artists. The house is not open.
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