The benefits of our Homeowners Association:

One of the best things about living in Cherry Hill Crossing is you can relax knowing your community will keep on looking as beautiful as the day you first saw it. That's because your Homeowners Association (HOA) dues help pay for maintaining your community's common areas and amenities. Not only does that help protect your property values, it ensures you'll always be proud to call Cherry Hill Crossing your home.

Items covered by the HOA

Townhomes and Townhome Condominiums

  • Snow Removal of Common Areas and Sidewalks
  • Trash Removal
  • Common Area Maintenance and Landscaping
  • Street and Sidewalk Maintenance
  • Park Maintenance
  • Tot Lot Maintenance
  • Driveway Maintenance

Townhome Condominiums

  • Sewer
  • Water
  • Master Insurance Plan
  • Leadwalk Snow Removal
  • Exterior Building Maintenance

HOA/Condo Dues
$152/monthly for Townhomes
$204/monthly for Townhome Condominiums

HOA/Condo Dues
$152/monthly for Townhomes
$204/monthly for Townhome Condominiums

Common Questions

How is the governing board structured?

There are 3 Developer Board Members part of the governing board.

What committees contribute to the governing board?
There are no committees at this time.

Does the HOA survey residents to find out about new interests? 
The HOA has not surveyed the residents to find out about new interests, but there is a plan to do so.

Are all the community activities included in the fees?
There is a small fee for events, and any social events would be extra.

Does the HOA have a reserve fund? 
Yes. Reserve funds are maintained for future repair and replacement of assets that the HOA has long-term responsibility for, and are essential to a successful community. Reserves do not fund everyday expenses or more routine needs; the operating fund serves that.

How often are HOA fees increased?
They have never been increased.

Does the HOA maintain all the amenities? 
Yes, the HOA is responsible for maintaining all amenities.

Does the HOA have a community newsletter or intranet site for residents?
There will be a website.

Is there a process in place to get a new club chartered?
Yes, requests may be submitted to management to start the process for a new club.

First Service Residential

HOA is managed by:

John Halfhill

3949 Pender Drive, Suite 205

Farifax, VA 22030