Hudson Homes for Sale

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Hudson, MA. Before the city of Hudson was incorporated into the quaint community it is today, the area was best known for playing a large role in the shoe production industry. While Hudson today is primarily a bedroom community, located only 25 miles from the bustling city of Boston, you can enjoy a slower pace of life without sacrificing the convenience of the city. Interstate 195 Runs along the western border of town which provides easy access to many major roadways and freeways for easy travel in nearly all directions. With a love for nature, Hudson is surrounding by mature greenspace including Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge where you can easily spend a day exploring the beauty that also calls Hudson home. 

If you would like more information on any of these Hudson real estate listings, just click on a property to access the full details. From there, you can request more information or schedule a tour. And we'd be happy to provide you with disclosures, past sales history, dates and prices of properties which have recently sold nearby, and more, so just let us know how we can help!

And, for your convenience, feel free to register for a free account to receive email alerts whenever new Hudson listings come on the market that match your specific criteria.

Hudson February 23, 2024
Avg. DOM
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
Med. List Price
77 Properties
Page 1 of 5

More About Hudson


The town is served by the Hudson Public School District and students will attend either Carmela A. Farley Elementary School, Forest Avenue Elementary School, Joseph L. Mulready Elementary School, David J. Quinn Middle School or Hudson High School. The district is the highest rated within the county, having received exceptional ratings in categories ranging from academics to sports and even college prep. Should you prefer to enroll your students in a private education, a handful of private school campuses can also be found nearby.    

Things to Do 

Often when choosing to call a small-town home you worry about everyday conveniences as well as entertainment and shopping options nearby. Luckily Hudson combines the best of both worlds, and you’ll never have to travel far from home to enjoy a day of shopping or exploring. In addition to many parks and hiking/walking trails, The Shops At Highland Commons is one of the few shopping centers in the city that provides both shopping and dining options including the popular 110 Grill – Berlin as well as a large range of shops ranging from T.J Maxx to Ulta and so much more. Whether you want to check your balance by spending a day at the roller rink. Or want to practice your swing at Charter Oak Country Club and Golf Course, you are sure to enjoy your free time when calling Hudson home. 

Real Estate

From apartments, condominiums, townhomes, single-family homes as well as new construction homes, Hudson has the perfect place to call home for those will all tastes as well as budgets. With a large range of real estate offerings, the prices of homes within the are also vary. On occasion you can find a smaller condo for sale below $200,000, however, most commonly homes within Hudson start within the low to mid $200,000s. More expansive single-family homes and estates can reach upwards of $1 million with the median home value within the city teetering around $450,000. 

Contact a Hudson Real Estate Agent

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.