Dursley came out on top in the Muddy Stilettos list beating Tetbury, Cirencester and seven other places in the county.
Most counties in England feature in the awards with 250 best places to live featuring in the list.
Members of the public voted for their favourite places and the results have been revealed.
Voters will need to wait until Tuesday, March 28 to find out the national winner though.
What did Muddy Stilettos have to say about Dursley?
In the list, Dursley was praised for its community, countryside walks and commuter links.
The Muddy Stilettos website says: “Hugged by lush green hills and sitting on the Cotswolds Way, Dursley offers all the perks of a buzzing market town with the added bonus of nature trails and breathtaking views on your doorstep.
“This place has a strong arty streak, attracting a talented, bohemian community of creators, crafters and artists. The town centre is a lovely place to wander, centered around a picturesque 18th century Town Hall.
“There’s little surprise it’s a magnet for families wanting to settle in the county, as well as being well connected to Bristol and a train station into London, it scores highly on great facilities including having a pool and leisure centre.
“There’s some serious money being pumped into the town, which can be seen in former Lister’s factory site at Littlecombe now being the single largest regeneration site in Gloucestershire (which means more homes) and the town’s Rednock School got a whopping £30 million revamp recently.”
The town is also praised for its places to eat, shops and nearby attractions including Berkeley Castle and Westonbirt Arboretum.
You can find out more about Dursley via the Muddy Stilettos website.
What are average house prices like in Dursley?
Muddy Stilettos looked into the average property prices in Dursley.
It said: “Properties in Dursley had an overall average price of £291,598 over the last year. The majority of sales in Dursley during the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £280,770.
“Detached properties sold for an average of £425,927, with terraced properties fetching £241,350. Overall, sold prices in Dursley over the last year were 1% up on the previous year and 13% up on the 2018 peak of £257,953 (Rightmove).”
Top 10 best places to live in Gloucestershire revealed in Muddy Stilettos list
Here is the full list of areas voted as the best places to live in Gloucestershire:
- South Cerney
You can find out more about the best places to live in Gloucestershire via the Muddy Stilettos website.