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Farmington Hills, Michigan, 48335
1 Bedroom$590 - $863
2 Bedrooms$768 - $1,362
3 Bedrooms$1,369 - $2,451
Northville, Michigan, 48168
1 Bedroom$885 - $980
2 Bedrooms$1,080 - $1,335
South Lyon, Michigan, 48178
1 Bedroom$775 - $915
2 Bedrooms$935 - $1,000
3 Bedrooms$1,035 - $1,100
Farmington Hills, Michigan, 48331
1 Bedroom$855 - $910
2 Bedrooms$960 - $1,000
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New Hudson apartments are securable in a number of distinct parts of town; among New Hudson's excellent and far flung neighborhoods you will find the most suitable apartment for you and your family. You can use the MyNewPlace search filters to find kid friendly New Hudson apartments with the appropriate amenities for you - whether you want a laundry center or a high Walkscore.
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Welcome Home to New Hudson
This little, unincorporated community is in Lyon Township in the state of Michigan. And, it’s only about 30 minutes outside of Ann Arbor and about 40 minutes from Detroit. So commuting or day-tripping is totally possible.
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Everyone wants a good deal. With the help of our apartment finder, you don’t have to do all the work. Whether you’re looking for something near Oakland Southwest Airport, a place near Kent Lake, or simply want a comfortable home for you and Screech and Jazz, your two energetic kitty cats, our finder will locate it for you and make sure it’s within your price range. So what do rentals in New Hudson go for? Check out the table above to get an idea of the average costs for one and two bedroom apartments and be on your way to making yourself at home.
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Nature lovers, rejoice! New Hudson and its surrounding areas have some very awesome places to get out and enjoy the Michigan Great Outdoors. Lyon Oaks County Park is a big park with a large portion of wetlands and preserves. (Birder alert: yes, pack the binocks.) Hike on the trails and enjoy the picnic area, playgrounds, and recreation fields. Those with furry, tail-wagging members of the family will definitely want to frequent here. The park has a 13-acre off leash dog park. AKA doggie hea-ven. They have water to keep your pup well hydrated and complimentary poop bags to keep you responsible. Yes! Complimentary poop bags, that is pretty darn sweet! Island Lake Recreation Area is another awesome place for your outdoor adventure and activities. You can bike, boat, fish, hunt, snowmobile, or simply watch wildlife. The list goes on and on. They have a beach, a beach house, picnic areas, shooting range, and even cabins and lodges. Check it out as soon as you’re settled into your new apartment. You have to see it to believe it.
Nothing says fall like some freshly made cider. Right? But you can visit Erwin Orchards and Cider Mill throughout the year for family fun and “agri-tainment,” as they call it. This place offers apple, pumpkin, raspberry and cherry picking, but they also have a corn maze, haunted attractions, wagon rides, a petting farm, and more. Agri-Awesome.
In the summer, pack up the kids, slap on some sunscreen, and head to the Kensington Metropark Splash ‘n Blast. With waterslides and a spray park, be prepared for lots of wet, splashing, fun! The Metropark offers excitement throughout the year too, and the park is almost 5,000 acres! Play golf, disc golf, enjoy a picnic, boat, fish, swim, or bike. There are loads of opportunities for a huge variety of activities. There is also a nature center where folks can go for a little education and nature-lovin’. Click here to learn more about this very awesome park.
Looking for a little info on local history? History buffs and lovers should check out the Milford Historical Society Museum. The museum is in a home that visitors can stroll through and imagine what life was like long ago. It’s like time travel without the plutonium! Hardcore, right? For more history, you can check out the South Lyon Area Historical Society. The society is located in the historic, and very mysterious sounding, Witch’s Hat Depot. You can take a tour, enjoy one of their special programs, or find out about touring some of the local historical sites like the Chesapeake and Ohio Caboose, the Freight House, and the Washburn School.
Average Apartment Rent in New Hudson, Michigan
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New Hudson Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in New Hudson have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In July the average rent for a 1 Bedroom New Hudson apartment cost $714. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom New Hudson apartment was $794 in July. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the New Hudson rentals listed below.
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Is the cost of living in New Hudson higher relative to surrounding areas or other cities?
Checked with the other towns in country, the cost of living in New Hudson is 1 percent lower than the average of all over the country. Milford to the north is 2 percent cheaper than New Hudson, Wixom to the east is 3 percent more expensive than New Hudson. Lyon Township to the south is 2 percent more expensive than New Hudson, and Brighton to the west is 5 percent cheaper than New Hudson.
Are there any quiet neighborhoods in New Hudson?
Yes. In fact, most of New Hudson is quiet. This is due largely in part to its low population density, which is suburban. The presence of farms and parks like Lyon Oaks County Park and Island Lake State Recreation Area also likely play a role in lowering noise levels in New Hudson. The one area that you might want to be wary of is near the Oakland Southwest Airport, which can be loud from time to time.