The town of Hudson New Hampshire is located on the east bank of the Merrimack River and is a suburb of the city of Nashua. Hudson is home to approximately 25,000 residents. It has a great location for commuting on both Route 3 and Interstate 93 into Northern Massachusetts.
Hudson began its history as part of the Dunstable land grant which included the city of Nashua. In 1830 the name of the town was changed from Nottingham West to Hudson.
Hudson NH Schools include:
- Alvirne High School with grades 9-12 and the Wilbur H. Palmenr Vocational technical center.
- Hudson Memorial School is the middle school with grades 6-8
- There are four elementary schools: Dr, H.O. Smith School, Library Street School, Hill-Garrison School and Nottingham West Elementary School.
There are a wide variety of homes and styles available in town. There is a large selection of townhouses, condominiums and active adult communities.