The house was built at the turn of the last century.
For many years it was occupied by the King family and the yard operated as
Kings Funeral Parlour, with stabling for both horses and hearses.
The yard was commandeered during W.W.II as billeting for the British Army.
In the later stages of W.W.II a US Air Force Liberator bomber crashed shortly
after take off from Cheddington Airfield into the yard and adjoining gardens.
From the late 1980s the yard was operated as Site 77, a reclaimed building materials and
During 2000 there was extensive refurbishment of all existing buildings to create the select
development of Office Units now known as Dove Court.