The Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck are comprised of several counties separated by many rivers. The overall region borders the Chesapeake Bay and forms the eastern sections of the Virginia mainland.
The Middle Peninsula is made up of the following counties:
- Gloucester County – Bordered by the York River and home to Gloucester Village and the southern side of the Mobjack Bay.
- Mathews County – Bordered by the Piankatank River and the Chesapeake Bay. It is also home to the north side of the Mojack Bay, Mathews Village and Gwynn’s Island.
- Middlesex County – Bordered by the Rappahannock and Piankatank rivers and home to both Urbanna and Deltaville.
- Lancaster County – Bordered by the Rapphannock River and home to White Stone, Kilmarnock and Irvington (and the famed Tide’s Inn.)
- Northumberland County (out of the trade area for Bay Properties)