Shrub's Wood

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Shrub's Wood is a Grade II* listed 'Moderne' detached country house in Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire, England. It was designed by Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff between 1933 and 1934 for ?? and was an attempt at a Modernist interpretation of the traditional English country house.

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Shrubs Wood was originally named Nimmo House, before being renamed by Bridget D'Oyly Carte when she bought the property in 1949.

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Poirot & Other Media Coverage[edit]

Shrubs Wood has been used as a period location for film and TV series such as Poirot, Midsomer Murders and Endeavor.

In the ITV Poirot episode 'The Double Clue' (S3 Ep7) it was used as the country home of jewellery collector Marcus Hardman where a theft occurs.

Shrub’s Wood was used in two episodes of ITV’s Marple. It was first used as the home of the movie producer Basil Blake in 'The Body In The Library', (S1 Ep1) starring Geraldine McEwan. It was then used to represent a clinic in the grounds of Castle in the Marple episode ‘Why Didn’t They Ask Evans’ (S4 Ep4) starring Julia McKenzie.

In the ITV Endeavour episode 'Arcadia' (S3 Ep2) it is used as the home of rich supermarket owner Leo Richardson, his promiscuous wife Annette and their daughter Veronica.

See Also In Chimni[edit]

ChimniWiki Is My House 'Art Deco'?

Chimni Wiki Homes Used In Poirot Episodes

Chimni Wiki Page: Homes Used As TV & Movie Locations

Other Interesting Sites[edit]

IMDB - Marple ‘Why Didn’t They Ask Evans’

IMDB - Poirot ‘The Double Clue’

IMDB - Marple ‘The Body In The Library’

IMDB - Endeavour ‘Arcadia’

Investigating Poirot http://investigatingpoirot.blogspot.co.uk

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