The Gateway to Columbia County
With the Hudson River and the Catskills as a backdrop, this perfectly preserved and restored 19th century city delights with farm-to-table restaurants, antique galleries and fashion boutiques.
Founded as a whaling port in the 18th century, Hudson retains the character of the time, with Federal, Victorian and Queen Anne architecture lining the streets.
The Place to Go
Visit a 19th century railroad station overlooking the Hudson River, stroll down Warren Street to experience the heart of the city, and then take a detour to Olana, Frederick Church’s home, where he created his famous works that became the Hudson River School of painting.
Why You'll Stay
A constantly evolving art and music scene, creating a vibrant ever-changing community of creative minds.
Market Data for Hudson Real Estate
A look around town
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