This bit of Dorset is rammed with pretty little houses and the occasional pretty big house (or 'hice'). Rural charm & all that. However, here is the grade II listed Nissen House in Ryme Intrinsca.
I'm not sure I see the point. The idea was a low-cost/fast build dwelling. A six-man gang could put up a Nissen hut in four hours, so the idea might seem promising but there seems too much conventional build here to achieve any significant saving. And the result precludes side windows on the second floor without (expensive|) dormers. And Nissen huts were a notorious thermal disaster, baking in summer and freezing in winter. Back to the thatch. lads