Bolton Ma. Real Estate Information
The town of Bolton borders Middlesex County and is located northeast of Worcester. It is neighbors with the nice communities of Harvard, Berlin, Hudson, and Stow. Several major highways in Bolton offer short commutes to Worcester and the Boston suburbs. This makes Bolton a great fit for those looking for easy highway access. Agriculture is its primary industry but its close proximity to urban spaces, make it great choice for those working in the city.
Bolton is mostly residential, but has an agricultural community on the uplands east of the Nashua River valley. As typical of the area Bolton has an abundance of sloping hills but no major streams. This factor attributed to that lack of any manufacturing in the past. Bolton has large deposits of lime and several limestone quarries that supplemented the farming economy.
During a ride through Bolton one can clearly see the rural landscape of Bolton’s past. Several orchards exist in Bolton and one of my frequent visits is Bolton Spring Farm which is set on 150 acres; it offers a great New England experience that includes a country store, and fresh baked goods. Another nice spot is Nicewicz Family Farm that offers fresh fruit and vegetables.
Nashoba Valley Winery is among my favorites. They offer great fruit wines and a fantastic outdoor venue, and view to enjoy. An onsite restaurant and full orchard are available which include tours of the wine making facility. There is nothing better than sipping a glass of your favorite wine and take in the scenery on a beautiful fall day.
Bolton is served by the Nashoba Regional School District which includes the towns of Stow and Lancaster.
Bolton Ma Homes for Sale tend to be on the high side as compared to areas west of Worcester, but the community offers prospective buyers some nice quality for the money spent.
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