House prices in Cheltenham grew at the fastest pace in the UK during 2017, according to research from the Halifax.
The Gloucestershire town saw prices rise by 13% to an average of £313,150, the lender found.
Perth in Scotland experienced the biggest fall in prices, dropping 5.3% to an average of £180,687.
Most of the biggest gains were in London and southern England, while Scotland, Yorkshire and the Humber dominated the list of biggest fallers.
The average increase in house prices across the UK was 2.7%, according to the Halifax which bases the figures on its own mortgage data.
Bournemouth recorded the second-biggest rise, with prices climbing by 11.7%, while Brighton came in at number three with an 11.4% increase.