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Historic District Homes

The City of Hudson was originally part of Connecticut, which is reflected in the New England-style architecture preserved in its Historic District (also called the Village).

In 1632, the colony of Connecticut laid claim to a 120-mile strip of land in northeast Ohio’s territory called the Connecticut Western Reserve. Then in 1795, the colony sold the Reserve to a land syndicate of investors known as the Connecticut Land Company. A shareholder in the Reserve named David Hudson, traveled from Goshen, Connecticut in the spring of 1799 with a party of surveyors to examine the land that would eventually become Hudson Township. On May 28, 1800, he returned with his family and more settlers. The town was named “Hudson” in honor of its founder, who remained a resident until his death in 1836.

David Hudson’s original home, built in 1806, still survives to this day. Located at 318 Main Street, it is considered the oldest standing structure not only in Hudson, but in all of Summit County. The first Hudson post office was located here (with David Hudson as its postmaster) and in 1813, the residence became an inn for travelers. Six generations of the family occupied the home until Western Reserve Academy took ownership. Note the Victorian trim and porch in the photograph no longer exists today (source: Summit Memory).

Hudson was initially settled, in large part, by New England and, slightly later, by upstate New York emigrants who brought with them an appreciation of Federal-style and Greek Revival architecture that was extremely popular in America’s Northeast. As such, the homes they built in Hudson reflected this architectural preference.

Other notable designs include Queen Anne, Gothic Revival, farmhouse, and Italianate as pictured below.

The City of Hudson takes immense pride in its historic downtown district and the wealth of preserved historic homes reflecting its New England heritage. Properties displaying a white ”HHA” placard. have been researched and authenticated by Hudson Heritage Association and may be noteworthy for their architecture, past ownership, or the activities that took place within them. Amongst them are a number of homes once belonging to prominent abolitionists or agents of the Underground Railroad. Many homes in Hudson’s downtown neighborhood are also listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Common features found in these historic homes include foyers with high ceilings and staircases, numerous wood-burning fireplaces, mitered wood flooring, solid wood doors, detailed cast bronze doorknobs and hinges, leaded glass windows, window and door trim, intricate moldings, built-ins, walk-up attics, covered porches, and flagstone or paver patios.

Over the years, these charming homes have undergone renovations and/or additions to add modern conveniences.

In general, these homesites have relatively shallow setbacks and yard depths, with lot sizes generally less than 30,000 square feet. Most garages are detached, often repurposing barns into parking spaces.

The Hudson Historic District neighborhood encompasses the streets surrounding the downtown area. However, century homes are also found beyond these boundaries.

Hudson’s Historic District encompasses the streets immediately surrounding the downtown area (on the zoning map below, red indicates the Village Core District; purple encompasses the Historic Residential neighborhood). However, historic homes are also found beyond these boundaries.

Hudson Historic District map


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Convenient Location

Hudson Ohio’s Historic District (Summit County) is located in the heart of the city surrounding the downtown area.

Highways are accessible in 11 min to I-480 and I-80/Turnpike, and 13 min to I-271.

This neighborhood is serviced by the nationally acclaimed Hudson City School District. A number of nearby private schools also serve the community, including Western Reserve Academy (grades 9-12), Seton Catholic School (K-8), and Hudson Montessori School (preschool-8th grade) — each located in Hudson; Old Trail School (preschool-8th grade) in Fairlawn; and Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (grades 7-12) in Cuyahoga Falls.

You’re within walking distance to First & Main in downtown Hudson, an upscale retail district with national chain stores along with locally-owned shops and restaurants. First & Main is also home to more than a dozen annual events in the park-like square.

Shoppers will appreciate being 15 min from Aurora Farms Premium Outlets with 90 outlet stores of the finest brands including Adidas, Ann Taylor, Chico’s, Coach, Kate Spade, Michael Kors, New Balance, Nike, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Under Armour, Yankee Candle and many more.

LifeCenter Plus is 7 min away, Hudson’s full-service four-season health and fitness facility with strength-training and cardio equipment, five pools including a warm water therapy pool plus an outdoor aquatic center, an indoor track, rock climbing wall, racquetball and pickleball courts, as well as cycling, pilates, yoga and Tai Chi studios.

The 260-acre Hudson Springs Park borders is a 9 min drive offering a 50-acre stocked lake for fishing or boating, 2.2 miles of shaded trails, picnic pavilions, a disk golf course, horseshoe courts, volleyball courts, bocce ball court, children’s hedge maze, and a playground.

You are 7 min from Summit Bike and Hike Trail (Barlow & Terex Trailhead), which offers 34 miles of trails past the Cuyahoga Valley National Forest and through Summit, Cuyahoga and Portage counties.

The 33,000-acre Cuyahoga Valley National Park is just 11 min away, which includes the Cuyahoga River and numerous waterfalls, the 87-mile Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail, and the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.

Golfers are only 7 min from the city-owned golf club, Ellsworth Meadows. If you’re looking for social membership and golf, it’s 6 min to Lake Forest Country Club and Hudson Country Club.

Boston Mills and Brandywine Ski Resorts are a 16 min drive for skiing and tubing during the winter months.

An outdoor concert at Blossom Music Center is 21 min away

Historic District Driving Distances

  • Hopkins International Airport – 35 min
  • Akron-Canton Airport – 35 min
  • Downtown Aurora – 17 min
  • Downtown Akron – 23 min
  • Medina – 37 min
  • Downtown Cleveland – 36 min
  • Summit Mall – 25 min
  • Beachwood Place Mall – 29 min
  • SouthPark Mall Strongsville – 36 min
  • Heinen’s Grocery – 2 min
  • Acme Fresh Market – 2 min
  • USPS – 3 min
  • I-480 – 11 min
  • I-80/OH Turnpike – 11 min
  • I-271 – 13 min

Historic District Past Sales History

Status DateList/Sell $DOM/CDOMAddressCityBRBASqftAcresYearGarage
12/11/17$309,0001/133 College StHudson32 (1 1)1,5680.1818780
1/16/18$341,50064/64109 E Streetsboro StHudson43 (2 1)3,0600.518832
5/4/18$415,00074/741 High StHudson53 (2 1)2,9000.5819033
5/11/18$341,5001/1109 E Streetsboro StHudson44 (3 1)3,0600.518833
6/18/18$535,000149/14996 E Streetsboro StHudson54 (4 0)3,0720.2918522
7/19/18$782,00058/5842 Aurora StHudson44 (3 1)3,3500.1918652
8/3/18$310,00033/3327 College StHudson41 (1 0)1,4080.1518732
9/20/18$535,00016/1638 Aurora StHudson33 (2 1)2,5280.1618532
12/28/18$390,000177/17790 Aurora StHudson32 (2 0)2,1280.4218801
3/19/19$660,00039/39233 Aurora StHudson43 (2 1)3,2640.6518302
3/29/19$313,2003/3163 E Streetsboro StHudson43 (2 1)0.6219261
5/23/19$750,00024/24136 Hudson StHudson34 (4 0)3,6420.5518373
7/11/19$210,0003/3380 N Main StHudson31 (1 0)0.3919282
2/7/20$450,00096/9663 Division StHudson42 (2 0)0.2618522
2/17/20$759,00095/316278 N Main StHudson54 (3 1)4,4771.3518782
4/6/20$650,0008/8163 E Streetsboro StHudson44 (3 1)3,0000.6219262
5/16/20$555,000105/10565 Owen Brown StHudson43 (3 0)2,9650.5618373
8/31/20$500,000268/268104 E Streetsboro StHudson33 (2 1)2,8370.3618732
9/25/20$465,000166/16696 E Streetsboro StHudson54 (4 0)2,7860.2918522
1/28/21$615,00022/2263 Division StHudson43 (2 1)2,5000.2618522
6/15/21$545,0005/3334 Aurora StHudson44 (4 0)2,0120.1918760
8/6/21$635,00038/3869 College StHudson43 (2 1)2,9220.3418931
11/30/21$330,00043/4382 E Streetsboro StHudson32 (2 0)1,6530.2618732
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