North Hudson

North Hudson

Welcome to North Hudson! Find Your Place Here.

Located just north of Hudson, and partially situated on the Minnesota and Wisconsin border, North Hudson real estate is great for commuters, outdoor fanatics, shoppers, and everyone in-between. With easy access to some of the regions best attractions, and some of the most fun community events – like the annual PepperFest – North Hudson is a phenomenal place to call home.

From apartments to condos, and town homes to single-family abodes, homes for sale in North Hudson come in every shape and size. Those looking for newly constructed homes, older homes, or even lots to build on will find that they are spoiled for choice. From access to the river, Lake Mallalieu, beautiful parks, fun shops and restaurants, and so much more, you’ll find something for absolutely everyone here.

3 Active Homes For Sale  |  Median Home Price $1,318,267
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375 Stageline Rd #200, Hudson, WI 54016  |   |  715-716-4400
Recreation

North Hudson is home to over a dozen parks, trails, and open spaces that provide residents with a plethora of recreational activities to enjoy. From the pavilions at Ferry Landing and Chief Jansen Memorial Park, to Brown’s beach, there’s no shortage of places to picnic, hike, swim, and play.

Shopping

The village of North Hudson is located near any and all essentials that residents need. From grocery stores, to apparel retailers, to specialty galleries, and auto dealerships, you can find anything and everything in the neighboring city of Hudson. Plus, living in North Hudson give residents’ easy access to all of the world-class shopping available in the Twin Cities metro area as well!

Dining

Looking for delicious pizza, burgers, or pasta? North Hudson has just the assortment of restaurants for you. From the spectacular traditional Italian pasta dishes at Mama Maria’s, to juicy burgers and delectable sandwiches from the Village Inn Sports Bar, to phenomenal breakfast at Seasons Tavern, there is no shortage of delicious dishes that everyone will enjoy.

Green/Environmental

In an effort to create the most sustainable and environmentally friendly community possible, the Village of North Hudson provides extensive recycling programs to help residents make the best choices for the village and their families.

Schools

The Hudson School District provides educational programs, services, and resources to the residents of North Hudson and surrounding communities. The district is home to one of the nation’s most challenging high schools, providing students with the knowledge and life skills to excel regardless of their professional aspirations. This district is also home to competitive athletic programs and state-of-the-art technology in the classroom.

Transportation

Though there is no public transportation service in North Hudson, residents can take advantage of Metro Transit Park and Ride lots located in Woodbury, MN to commute into the downtown districts of the Twin Cities.

Local Government

The North Hudson Village Board of Trustees is a seven-member board that presides over all village business. From deciding on policies and ordinances to allocating budget dollars, the board is responsible for all legislative and administrative oversight within the village, and meets on the first Tuesday of every month.

City History

Development of North Hudson began in 1871 as the railroad reached the area. Rail car shops sprang up in the 1890s, prompting Italian immigrants to flock to the town for work. Because of this population boom, North Hudson was incorporated into a village in 1912, and retains that government system to this day. The village is now home to approximately 4,000 residents.

North Hudson is home to over a dozen parks, trails, and open spaces that provide residents with a plethora of recreational activities to enjoy. From the pavilions at Ferry Landing and Chief Jansen Memorial Park, to Brown’s beach, there’s no shortage of places to picnic, hike, swim, and play.

The village of North Hudson is located near any and all essentials that residents need. From grocery stores, to apparel retailers, to specialty galleries, and auto dealerships, you can find anything and everything in the neighboring city of Hudson. Plus, living in North Hudson give residents’ easy access to all of the world-class shopping available in the Twin Cities metro area as well!

Looking for delicious pizza, burgers, or pasta? North Hudson has just the assortment of restaurants for you. From the spectacular traditional Italian pasta dishes at Mama Maria’s, to juicy burgers and delectable sandwiches from the Village Inn Sports Bar, to phenomenal breakfast at Seasons Tavern, there is no shortage of delicious dishes that everyone will enjoy.

In an effort to create the most sustainable and environmentally friendly community possible, the Village of North Hudson provides extensive recycling programs to help residents make the best choices for the village and their families.

The Hudson School District provides educational programs, services, and resources to the residents of North Hudson and surrounding communities. The district is home to one of the nation’s most challenging high schools, providing students with the knowledge and life skills to excel regardless of their professional aspirations. This district is also home to competitive athletic programs and state-of-the-art technology in the classroom.

Though there is no public transportation service in North Hudson, residents can take advantage of Metro Transit Park and Ride lots located in Woodbury, MN to commute into the downtown districts of the Twin Cities.

The North Hudson Village Board of Trustees is a seven-member board that presides over all village business. From deciding on policies and ordinances to allocating budget dollars, the board is responsible for all legislative and administrative oversight within the village, and meets on the first Tuesday of every month.

Development of North Hudson began in 1871 as the railroad reached the area. Rail car shops sprang up in the 1890s, prompting Italian immigrants to flock to the town for work. Because of this population boom, North Hudson was incorporated into a village in 1912, and retains that government system to this day. The village is now home to approximately 4,000 residents.

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