Rent to Own Homes near Hudson, MA

  • Hudson, Massachusetts has grown from a former mill town known as Shoe Town for the many shoe factories located there, to a vibrant suburb of Boston, now home to more than 19,000 people. Downtown Hudson is located on the banks of the Assabet River, which gave power to the former mills and now gives the town a feeling of home. Hudson real estate consists of a combination of older charming homes and newer subdivisions, providing a variety of options from which to choose.

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Top 6 Reasons to Live in Hudson, MA

  • Enjoy the historic feel of Hudson! The Silas Felton Historic District is a neighborhood that has preserved the history of Hudson. The district contains 65 homes reflecting the Victorian style of the mill era and is rich in architecture. The Downtown District, with brick-lined sidewalks and old-fashioned lighting, also gives the old-time feeling.
  • Stable homeowner's market! Hudson has a very low vacancy rate of 3% compared to the national average of over 12%. Most of the homes in Hudson are occupied, and 65% of Hudson residents are homeowners. Hudson may be a good place to find a rent to own home for sale. Many are attracted to the area because of its location near the junction of major highways Interstate 495 and 290.
  • Home values are on the rise! While the rest of the country experienced a dip in home values, Hudson was able to weather the storm. Newer neighborhoods such as Broad View Heights and Brigham Hill Estates are seeing their home values rise, even if slowly.
  • Try the local favorite restaurants! Two local restaurants are on the top of the list in Hudson. The Rail Trail Flatbread Co. offers excellent pub-style food and craft beers, while the Old School House Pub Restaurant on School Street offers a Portuguese flair in their highly-rated seafood dishes.
  • Enjoy the great outdoors! Hudson has 17 parks and two athletic complexes to keep residents busy. There is kayaking at Centennial Beach, and the Assabet River Rail Trail runs through town. This trail is part of an interconnecting system of trails in east central Massachusetts.
  • Enjoy free town activities! The many parks in Hudson offer plenty to do -- including a skateboard area, splash pad, batting cages, tennis courts, basketball courts and baseball fields. In summer, residents can take in a free concert in the band shell at Wood Park. The annual Hudson Pumpkinfest is a great place to celebrate fall in New England.