The district is an 8 acres (3.2 ha) area which, in 1996, included 7 buildings that contributed to the historic character of the district and one other contributing site.
It includes part of the modern-day Round Hill neighborhood of Greenwich, and is centered on the First Church of Round Hill, built in 1828 and extensively altered about a century later. The adjacent church parsonage, the Brown-Kenworthy House, is one of the oldest houses in the area, with a wing built c. 1728.
Other contributing properties in the district include:
Round Hill District School, 456 Round Hill Road, c. 1750/c.1850, converted to a Colonial Revival residence c.1925