Country house that appeared in TV's Poirot is on the market for £2.5m

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A controversial and iconic country house that appeared in TV's Poirot is on the market for £2.5m.<br />
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The quirky Y-shaped High and Over was met with disdain from the public and local planners when it was built in 1929-31.<br />
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But the Grade II* listed building is now widely considered to be the first and finest house built in the Modernist style in Britain.<br />
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The six-bedroom property in Amersham, Bucks, was also used in ITV's Poirot as the home of villain Henry Reedburn in The King of Clubs.