The 200-year-old house, built from Cotswold limestone, sits in a valley in Gloucestershire on a site that has been occupied since the 15th century. The garden has been re-planted by the current owners - developing a rose garden, orchard and vegetable garden. The formal garden in front of the house looks out over a wooded valley, part of its seven-acre estate; the small summerhouse behind it was originally built for a footman.

In pictures: A 200-year-old rectory stylishly restored

The 200-year-old house, built from Cotswold limestone, sits in a valley in Gloucestershire on a site that has been occupied since the 15th century. The garden has been re-planted by the current owners - developing a rose garden, orchard and vegetable garden. The formal garden in front of the house looks out over a wooded valley, part of its seven-acre estate; the small summerhouse behind it was originally built for a footman.

Justin Rose (Great Britain) wins golf's Olympic return

Rio Olympics 2016

Rio Opening Ceremony: Behind the scenes with the Olympians - Justin Rose | Great Britain | Golf Hanging with @andymurray before walking in with @teamgb What an AMAZING honour that was…. #TEAMGB #Rio #Olympics2016 #OlympicGolf Instagram/justinprose99

Rio Opening Ceremony: Behind the scenes with the Olympians - Justin Rose | Great Britain | Golf Hanging with @andymurray before walking in with @teamgb What an AMAZING honour that was…. #TEAMGB #Rio #Olympics2016 #OlympicGolf Instagram/justinprose99

In Führung liegt nach der ersten Runde Marcus Fraser mit 63 Schlägen (-8). „Bis jetzt wäre das wohl olympischer Rekord“, sagte der Australier lachend. Der zweite deutsche Starter Alex Cejka liegt mit 4 unter Par auf dem sensationell guten geteilten vielen Platz. Birdie-Birdie-Birdie Finish, 67 Schläge in Runde eins, drei abschließende Birdies und der geteilte vierte Rang mit Rafael Cabrera Bello (Spanien), Justin Rose (Great Britain), Thomas Pieters (Belgien) und Gregory Bourdy (Frankreich).

In Führung liegt nach der ersten Runde Marcus Fraser mit 63 Schlägen (-8). „Bis jetzt wäre das wohl olympischer Rekord“, sagte der Australier lachend. Der zweite deutsche Starter Alex Cejka liegt mit 4 unter Par auf dem sensationell guten geteilten vielen Platz. Birdie-Birdie-Birdie Finish, 67 Schläge in Runde eins, drei abschließende Birdies und der geteilte vierte Rang mit Rafael Cabrera Bello (Spanien), Justin Rose (Great Britain), Thomas Pieters (Belgien) und Gregory Bourdy (Frankreich).

Medal count: Bolt wins, but Brits dominate Sunday

Usain Bolt won a gold medal for Jamaica on Sunday, but the day belonged to Great Britain, who won eight medals on Sunday, including five golds.

Justin Rose wins golf gold for Great Britain ahead of Henrik Stenson and Matt Kuchar

Justin Rose wins golf gold for Great Britain ahead of Henrik Stenson and Matt Kuchar

Justin Rose of Great Britain celebrates victory on the 18th green after the…

Justin Rose of Great Britain celebrates victory on the 18th green after the…

Justin Rose of Great Britain (right) edged Henrik Stenson of Sweden on the 18th hole to win a gold medal in Olympic golf Sunday. The match was played at the Olympic Golf Course in Rio de Janeiro.

The Torch

Justin Rose of Great Britain (right) edged Henrik Stenson of Sweden on the 18th hole to win a gold medal in Olympic golf Sunday. The match was played at the Olympic Golf Course in Rio de Janeiro.

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