Grade II-listed mansion that featured on TV’s Poirot and Midsomer Murders hits market again for £3m

This iconic country property, home to a villainous nemesis on TV mystery Poirot and crime drama Midsomer Murders, has gone on the market for £3million after failing to sell last year.

Recognised by its decadent interiors, this eight-bedroom mansion in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, has also been host to New Tricks and Mr Selfridge, as well as a series of fashion and editorial features. 

High and Over House has a drawing room, a library with fitted bookcases and classical steel radiators, a…

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