From hip and upcoming suburbs popular with families to quaint villages, it can be hard to choose where best to move to when looking at new homes.
But fear not - BristolWorld has combined house price data for postcodes in and around Bristol with local authority scores in the national happiness index compiled by the Office for National Statistics to create this list of places around Bristol which have people flocking to them.
The index looks at where residents are happiest living thanks to everything from excellent places to eat and drink, independent retailers to do a bit of shopping and historic sights and green spaces.
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And for anyone looking at each area, we’ve also included how much property is likely to set you back there.
Picturesque Cheddar is known for its fantastic community spirit and the beautiful scenery to be found in the village. It has a happiness score of 7.60 and an average house price of £315,860.
Portishead is a 30 minute drive from Bristol and boasts it own lovely beach. The seafront has an open air swimming pool and a harbour which is perfect for boat spotting. It has a happiness score of 7.53 and an average house price of £360,438.
Clevedon is a lively little seaside town overlooking the Bristol Channel and beyond, with elegant Victorian villas, indy shops and eateries and possibly the country’s prettiest pier. It has a happiness score of 7.53 and an average house price of £315,356.
Backwell is the place to be if you want rural living and is known to be a quiet place. It has a happiness score of 7.53 and an average house price of £365,006.