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About Hudson, Massachusetts

Hudson, Massachusetts has evolved from its roots as a thriving manufacturing town into a friendly community with a pleasing residential atmosphere.   Located at the intersection of Routes 495 and the Mass Turnpike, access to the New Hampshire recreational areas, South Shore Beaches, Boston cultural attractions and Worcester medical facilities are convenient. 

The cluster of light modern industries still provides a healthy economic base for the area. The balanced lifestyle possible in Hudson is enhanced by the community's ideal location midway between Boston and Worcester, both renowned for their cultural amenities.

Hudson itself offers supervised athletic programs, the Assabet River, beautiful parks, and several lakes for superb recreational opportunities. The town beach offers boating, swimming and water-skiing. Newcomers will discover a pleasing variety of housing in Hudson, Massachusetts, from older homes on city lots or large parcels to newer single-family residences that showcase diverse architectural styles.  Luxury condominiums are created from custom built plans along with more affordable single family homes to suit any lifestyle or need.  40 minutes to Boston, and 20 minutes to Worcester, Hudson is a wonderful New England alternative to city living with access to many attractions of the region.

Weather in Hudson

The average high temperatures in Hudson range from 34 in January to 83 in July

Average home income in Hudson

The average household income of a Hudson resident is $93,726 with an average home value of $337,310

Population of Hudson

Hudson has 19,209 residents.

Home ownership in Hudson

The average level of home ownership in Hudson is 71%.

Education breakdown of Hudson

Education levels of residents of Hudson include: highschool 27%, associate 6%, bachelor 25%, graduate 15%.

Households in Hudson

Hudson has 7,572 homes, built on average 54 years ago.