Pollard / Amyas Connell

Located in the village of Grayswood village in Surrey, England, is this Grade II-listed Bauhaus residence. Known as Pollard at the time, the five-bedroom was built in 1932 by New Zealand-born Amyas Connell for accountant Sir Arthur Lowes Dickinson and is considered one of British architecture’s most admired buildings. It occupies over four acres of land and features a unique layout comprising rectilinear volumes placed at surprising angles that incorporate Crittal windows that allow sunlight to pour in. It’s offered at £1.55 million, or approximately $2 million — via Curbed

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