Hudson Real Estate
Hudson, Iowa is located in Blackhawk County and often Hudson real estate is chosen for the location. Residents experience a small town atmosphere while enjoying the proximity to amenities provided by the city being a part of the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population of Hudson is approximately 2,300. Situated in the southwest corner of Blackhawk County, the city has several subdivisions that have been developed in recent years. The downtown area has local businesses that have been long-time residents. In addition, Hudson homes for sale will provide residents with a location that is only 10 minutes from a variety of companies.
John Deere Company, GMAC Mortgage, VGM, Isle of Capri Casino, Bertch Cabinets, Principal Insurance, Target Distribution and Lost Island Water Park are some of the companies located nearby. The city of Hudson also supplies a number of recreational venues. There are a range of parks for outdoor activities.
The Grout Museum District was established in 1932 and is a cultural base and is accredited by the American Association of Museums. This district has five well-defined properties – The Grout Museum of History & Science, the Snowden House, The Bluedorn Science Imaginarium, Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum and the Rensselaer Russell House Museum. The Grout Museum draws visitors from all over the state as well as neighboring states. Educational programs at the museum include students from Hudson, Waterloo, Cedar Falls and the surrounding communities.
Residents of Hudson real estate are served by Hudson Community Schools. Highway 58 and U.S. 20 and 63 are major roadways located near the city. Hudson is four miles south of Waterloo. With many trails located near the city, residents may enjoy walking, jogging or bicycling and nature.
The location near Waterloo allows many opportunities for additional recreation and entertainment. The regional center for visual and performing arts is located in Waterloo and features the largest collection of Haitian art with the country. The Waterloo Center for the Arts also has Mexican Folk Art, International Folk Art, American Decorative Arts and Midwest Regional Art.