As the third largest city in Ottawa County, Hudsonville remains a popular place to raise a family — offering well-kept homes, good streets, accessibility to churches and schools and an abundance of parks. Centrally located off I-196 just it minutes away from Holland or Grand Rapids, the city is now recognized as being strategically centered in a strong economic growth area. Hudsonville’s downtown business district includes a grocery store, banks, shops, restaurants, city offices and a new Post Office.
Hudsonville has been called ‘Michigan's Salad Bowl’ due to the celery, onions, carrots and other vegetables that grow prominently in the muck fields on the outskirts of town — and throughout the many acres of wet, fertile soil that once was an ancient river bottom.
Along with numerous fine churches and excellent public and private schools, Hudsonville boasts five park areas, including a 76-acre nature preserve of woodlands, prairies and wetlands — complete with hiking trails, lookouts, wild flowers and picnic areas.
Thinking about buying or selling a home, condo or townhouse in Hudsonville? Let Hudsonville real estate agent Shannon Benton help you discover all your options. Contact Shannon here or call her directly at 616.340.2940. The first step is just a phone call away!