Community is an essential part of family, lifestyle, and real estate.
The community of Bolton is located in the Town of Caledon and was founded in 1818 as Bolton’s Mill by James Bolton from Norfolk, England. It wasn’t until 1872 when it was decided that the village should become independent and a new entity of Bolton was created, and separated from the township of Albion. The urban area began to expand in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, and by the late 1980’s the development boom began. Bolton currently has a population of approximately 27,000 with its historic downtown core located at the intersection of King Street & Highway 50 (Queen Street).
Located approximately 50 kilometres northwest of the City of Toronto, Bolton is a community of small town charm paired with urban conveniences. It is divided into five main sectors: The North Hill, The South Hill, The West Side (or Greenpark), The Valley, and the Industrial District. The downtown core (commonly referred to as the four corners) has been revived since the late 1990’s and offers unique characteristics. Bolton is a growing community attracting new residents and businesses, and forging its identity with the Humber River flowing through.