Welcome to the Round Hill neighborhood in Fishkill, New York! Our townhouses are great for buyers who are looking for a single family home with less maintenance and the security of living in a community. The Round Hill neighborhood is composed of 367 townhouse units on approximately 114 acres. The amenities in the Round Hill neighborhood include a pool, tennis court, playgrounds, and a basketball court.

Round Hill is centrally located and it is great for commuters with close proximity to Interstate 84, Route 9, Interstate 87, Taconic State Parkway, and Metro North Railroad. For our children, we are located in the Wappingers Central School District which includes Fishkill Elementary, Van Wyck Junior High School, and John Jay Senior High School.

In the quiet town of Fishkill, there are many wonderful restaurants to choose from such as Eleven-11, Tomato Café, Locanda, Joe Willy’s Fish Shack, Il Barilotto, Maya Café, and Sapore Steakhouse. We are also very close to the Newburgh water front where there are also many other restaurants to choose from as well.

Round Hill is managed by homeowners who are elected to the Board of Directors and their responsibilities include maintaining the common areas and facilities for the use and enjoyment of the member homeowners. The common areas consist of private roads, open spaces, recreation facilities, and other various easements.

If you have any questions, please contact us!

Round Hill Stats




Off of Route 52 in Fishkill, NY (approx. 2,200 city residents)


Dutchess (approx. 300,000 residents)

Combined # of Homes:

367 units


Approximately 114 acres – the common use areas consist of private roads, open space, recreation facilities, and various easements. The private roads consist of approximately 4 acres and the land reserved for open space consists of about 50 acres. The recreation area consists of 5 acres.

On-site Recreation:

Swimming Pool
Tennis Courts
Basketball Court

On-site Parking:

All homes have a driveway and garage. Extra parking facilities include: Visitors parking lots on each street and large parking lots in four areas of the development

Type of Ownership:

Homeowners Association


Managed by the Board of Directors of the Homeowners Association


Five-member Board of Directors who are elected annually for a three year term

Maintenance fee:

$120.00 per month includes grounds and infrastructure maintenance and staff compensation


Geographical Markers:

Hudson Valley, Hudson River, and surrounding mountainside

Minutes to NYC:

Approximately an hour and a half on the train from Beacon or New Hamburg Train Station (Metro North)

Major Routes & Arteries:

Routes 9 (north-south), Route 52, Route 82, Taconic Parkway, I84 (east-west), I87 (north-south)

In the Area

School District:

Wappingers Central School District:

Fishkill Elementary
Van Wyck Junior High School
John Jay Senior High School

Grocery Shopping:

Shoprite (Route 9 in Fishkill)
Stop & Shop (Route 9 in Wappingers Falls)
Adams Fairacres Farms (Route 9 in Wappingers Falls)
Hannafords (Route 9 in Wappingers Falls)

Retail Shopping:

Poughkeepsie Galleria, Poughkeepsie
South Hill Mall, Poughkeepsie
Kohl’s Department Store, Wappingers Falls
Fishkill Factory Outlets, Fishkill
Walmart, Fishkill
Danbury Mall, Danbury, CT
Woodbury Commons Premium Outlets, Central Valley

Nearest Hospitals:

Vassar Brothers Hospital, 45 Reade Place, Poughkeepsie
845.454.8500 – approximately 20 minutes away

Mid-Hudson Regional Hospital, 241 North Rd., Poughkeepsie
(845) 483-5000 – approximately 25 minutes away

St. Luke’s Hospital, 70 Dubois Street, Newburgh
(845) 561-4400 – approximately 17 minutes away

Nearest Parks:

Splashdown Water Park
Geering Park
Bowdoin Park
Mount Beacon
Bear Mountain State Reservation
Harriman State Park

2021 Board of Directors

  1. The Board of Directors is responsible for the operation and maintenance of all common areas and for the enforcement of the rules of the Prospectus. The board is elected by a majority of the membership at an annual meeting held in the fall. There are five board members, each elected for a three-year term.

All rules and regulations have been assembled by the Board to help simplify compliance and insure that everyone is well-informed. These rules and regulations, along with others that exist in the Prospectus, will ultimately be enforced by the board through special assessments and suspension of privileges.

The Board generally meets monthly to handle the affairs of the association. A newsletter is published several times throughout the year to keep members up-to-date. Questions or concerns about snow plowing, trash removal, common area landscaping, parking, recreation, and finance are handled by the Board and they may be contacted from our contact page.

RoundHill Board Member

Craig Kretzmer

RoundHill Board Member

Robert Tompkin

RoundHill Board Member

Jeremy Kline

RoundHill Board Member

Jen Papasidero

RoundHill Board Member

Karolina Carpenter