Hudson NH Real Estate

Hudson is located on the east bank of the Merrimack river on the Southern border of the state. It covers approximately 29 square miles and is home to about 25,000 people. The town offers quiet open spaces and an abundance of recreational opportunities including two golf courses, the Robinson Pond recreation area, a skate park, and a number of sports fields and facilities. In addition, Hudson has developed into a small industrial and commercial center thanks in part to its proximity to critical highways: the F. E. Everett Turnpike on the west and Interstate 93 on the east.

Hudson Village is located on the Merrimack River near the junctions of Routes 3A, 111, and 102, and is home to most of the original schools, libraries, and town government, such as the Town Hall and the Hills Memorial Library. The historic Town Common is home to many holiday celebrations.

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Population: 24,712

Schools: The Hudson School District is a grade 1-12 school district serving approximately 4,100 students who live in Hudson. It has four Elementary Schools; Dr. H. O. Smith, Hills Garrison, Library Street, and Nottingham West Schools that house students in grades one through five. Hudson Memorial School is the District's middle school which houses approximately 1,100 students in grades six through eight and Alvirne High School (and the Palmer Vocational - Technical Center) is the District's comprehensive high school for students in grades nine through twelve. Presentation of Mary Academy ("PMA" locally) is a Pre-K-8 private coeducational Catholic school located on Lowell Road.