With a population of just under 30,000, starting at Mayfield Rd, then sprawling both east and west from Hwy 50 in both directions, Bolton is at the hub and the largest urban centre in Caledon. With major shopping, dining and beautiful residential neighbourhoods. Located in the GTA and still having that niche small town vibe, Bolton is the place to Live, work and play. Visit unique downtown artisan shops, enjoy great dining options, or take a stroll along the Humber River on the Humber Valley Heritage Trail and explore the many scenic gems of Bolton.

Bolton is located 50km* northwest of Toronto and 30km* north of Pearson International Airport. Hwy 427 is 15km* southeast (via Fogal Rd or Hwy 7) and Hwy 400 is 14km* east (via King St.) Downtown Brampton is 20km* south and Barrie is 75km* northeast. For many residents, Bolton is a commuter community, with Go Transit Bus stops located throughtout town and and a GO Transit Park and Ride (Mayfield Rd. & Hwy 50) with ample parking. (*data per wikipedia)

Bolton is surrounded by farmlands and estate areas, and the Oak Ridges Moraine protected lands dominate the region. There are many parks and golf courses in the vicinity and the Humber River peacefully flows directly through town. Bolton is thriving with adventure, miles of conservation areas close by, and hiking and biking trails that beautify the region. 

As the largest centre in Caledon, Bolton boasts an interesting mix of old and new, and is also home to some great commercial corporations. Bolton is well developed with beautiful residential neighbourhoods. From Townhouses, Semi-Detached and regular Detached family homes in all shapes and sizes, Bolton offers value for any budget. River's Edge, a luxury adult condominium is located downtown at the edge of the river and

Legacy Pines, a luxury gated adult community sprawls over the scenic countryside a short distance away in the charming village of Palgrave. 

Bolton is also bursting with great resources. From community servies to shopping, dining and great employment opportunities, Bolton offers vast choices for all age groups. Part of the Peel District School Board and the Dufferin Peel Catholic School BoardBolton has a variety of quality schools and pre-school choices. The Albion Bolton Community Centre is home to an arena, auditorium, meeting rooms, and the Bolton library and the Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness has an indoor swimming pool, fitness centre, and a unique blend of services and programs for all ages.

Being the largest centre in Caledon, Bolton has it's share of big box retail and grocery stores, but it is also home to some very unique boutiques and artisan shops. And .. when it's time to dine, from chain restaurants to quick bites, pubs, pizzeria's and fine dining choices, there are great choices, certain to please any palate.

Are you looking to move up to Bolton? be sure to call upon my expertise. As a resident of this community, my wife and I have lived worked and raised a family here for the past 30 years, I  have assisted hundreds of happy clients buy and sell within every neigbourhood in Bolton and I have great home-field advantage! If you are looking to buy or sell a home in the Bolton and Caledon area, I would love the opportunity to help you.