Hudson Real Estate

Situated between Akron and Cleveland just east of Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Hudson is a pleasant upscale community with plenty to offer visitors and residents alike. Hudson boasts top-rated schools, extraordinary shops and restaurants, historic Main Street charm, and plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation.

Real Estate
Homes for sale in Hudson include stately historic homes built and developed around the original village green. Complete with architectural interest, Hudson homes reflect the finest examples of Federal, Greek Revival, Victorian, New England, Italianate and Colonial styles. Hudson real estate includes an array of houses ranging in price point and size, although there is a wide selection of luxury homes for sale in Hudson.

Lifestyle + Attractions
Activity in Hudson centers on the town’s historic downtown district, which hosts a collection of charming shops, eateries and local businesses along Main Street bordering the Hudson Green. Residents may easily access Akron and Cleveland for big city attractions, but this small town has plenty in store for everyday entertainment. Hudson offers several options for shopping and dining, as the city is home to 90 retail and specialty shops and 50 restaurants catering to every taste. The city hosts a number of annual events, including Hudson Festival Days, Taste of Hudson, Western Reserve Academy’s Antique Festival, Art on the Green, and the Hudson Bandstand Summer Music Festival.
Hudson is home to the Country Club of Hudson and Ellsworth Meadows Golf Club. The city maintains 21 parks, which together encompass more than 1,000 acres of parkland. The most prominent park is Hudson Springs Park, which features a 50-acre lake for kayaking, canoeing, boating, swimming and fishing. Additionally, Hudson borders the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, providing plenty of opportunity for outdoor recreation within reach. The largest employers in Hudson include Allstate Insurance, FedEx Supply Chain Services, JOANN Stores, Lexicomp, and Universal Screen Arts.

Students in Hudson attend schools within the Hudson City School District, which operates four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Additionally, there are a number of private schools in the area, including Seton Catholic School, Hudson Montessori School, and the Western Reserve Academy. While there are no colleges or universities in Hudson, residents may access the institutions in nearby Akron and Cleveland.

Hudson - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Hudson: $670,500 / County Avg $265,600


Avg Taxes in Hudson: $7,800 / County Avg $3,200


Avg Sq. Ft. in Hudson: 3,476 / County Avg 1,935


Avg Price per/sqft in Hudson:$193 / County Avg $137


Avg Walkscore in Hudson: 19 / County Avg 35


Avg Year Built in Hudson: 1969 / County Avg 1958


Avg Days on Website in Hudson: 76 / County Avg 63


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