Category:'High and Over', Amersham, Buckinghamshire

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High and Over is a country house designed by Amyas Connell for (and in close collaboration with) the noted archaeologist Professor Bernard Ashmole, later to become director of the British Museum. The house was completed in 1931. Built with a reinforced concrete frame in the shape of a letter 'Y', High and Over is amongst the first Modernist houses in Britain. While it is correct to attribute the design to Connell, plans for the house carry the joint names of Connell and Thomson. It is a Grade II* listed building.

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LocationChiltern, Buckinghamshire, South East England, England, UK
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51° 40′ 01.2″ N, 0° 36′ 15.12″ W
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