Entry Source: The Complete James Bond Movie Encyclopedia by Steven Jay Rubin

Heavily guarded British Secret Service property in rural England that hosts defecting Russian General Georgi Koskov (JEROEN KRABBE) in The Living Daylights. Protected by dozens of agents and electronic surveillance equipment, the house is still penetrated by Koskov's associate Necros (ANDREAS WISNIEWSKI). While impersonating the milkman, Necros kills two British agents and wounds two more before he and Koskov are plucked to safety by their own men—disguised in a Red Cross helicopter.