Bolton Real Estate Search

Advanced Search

See ALL the homes for sale in Bolton

Map Search

See homes for sale in Bolton on a Map

Market Report

Stay up to date on the Bolton market

Bolton Homes for Sale

Founded in 1720, the small rural town of Bolton, Connecticut, has a very convenient location only twenty minutes from Hartford and the University of Connecticut. Home to just under five thousand residents, Bolton is primarily residential and its economy is primarily supported by small businesses. The community’s tagline is “A Town for All Seasons,” and it is a popular destination for day trips because of its many nature-oriented activities and outdoor recreation opportunities. For example, the town is home to Freja Park, Indian Notch Park, Herrick Park, Nathan Hale Greenway, part of the East Coast Greenway, Hop River State Trail, and Bolton Notch State Park.

Bolton also boasts a long history and was originally part of Hartford. At that time it was known as Hanover or Hartford Mountains, all the way up until its incorporation. Then, in 1808 the northern part of the community became the town of Vernon. Throughout its history, this Tolland County community has been home to several notable residents including Senator Simeon Olcott, NHL defenseman Ron Hainsey, artist Ralph Earl, and Representative Maud L. Woodward. In addition to the parks and greenways mentioned above, today Bolton is also home to Munson’s Chocolates, Bolton Heritage Farm, Fish Family Farm Creamery, and several restaurants including Georgina’s Pizza Restaurant and A Villa Louisa.

Also adding to the appeal of Bolton real estate are the town’s many engaging annual events, festivals, and celebrations. Among the locals’ favorites is Farm Day at the Fish Family Farm, held each September. Real estate is Bolton epitomizes quaint New England charm and offers proximity to Vernon, Manchester, and several major transportation routes, including US Route 6, US Route 44, and Interstate 384. Homes for sale in Bolton are located in lovely neighborhoods, such as Maple Valley, Strawberry Ridge, and Birch Mountain, and include single-family homes, homes with land, and vacant land for building. The diversity of Bolton properties contributes to its broad range of listing prices. If you would like to learn more about currently listed properties in Bolton, Connecticut, we would love to answer all of your questions, so please contact us as soon as it is convenient.

Bolton Houses for Sale And Bolton Homes For Sale

Bolton Homes for Sale, Bolton Houses for Sale

Bolton Homes for Sale and Real Estate Agent

Full Service 1% Listing Plan

Interactive Map Search

Buying & Selling Made Easy

 Freshest Data Available
 Active Listings Only
 Customizable Search Options
 New Listing Alerts
 Instant Home Value Assessments

Bolton CT Demographics

Population

Educational Attainment (2013-2017)

Age Distribution (2013-2017)

Bolton CT Economics

Business Profile (2018)

Top Five Grand List (2018)

Major Employers (2018)

Bolton CT Education

2018-2019 School Year

Pre-K Enrollment (PSIS)

Smarter Balanced Test Percent Above Goal (2017-2018)

Rate of Chronic Absenteeism (2017-2018)

4-Year Cohort Graduation Rate (2017-2018)

Public vs Private Enrollment (2013-2017)

Bolton CT Government

Government Form: Council – Manager

Bolton CT Housing/Real Estate

Housing Stock (2013-2017)

Distribution of House Sales

Rental (2013-2017)

Bolton CT Labor Force

Connecticut Commuters (2015)

Bolton CT Quality of Life

Crime Rates (per 100,000 residents) (2017)

Disengaged Youth (2013-2017)

Library circulation per capita

Distance to Major Cities

Residential Utilities