Mitchell Homes Fredericksburg
The Middle Peninsula has been one of our most popular building areas for many years. The Middle Peninsula is one of three peninsulas on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia and lies between the Northern Neck and the Virginia Peninsula. To the north of the peninsula lies the Rappahannock River and to the south lies the York River. New home construction in the Middle Peninsula is perfect for Richmond commuters, second homes, and those that love the water.
Virginia Counties in the Middle Peninsula: Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen, King William, Mathews and Middlesex
Virginia Towns in the Middle Peninsula: West Point, Deltaville, Tappahannock and Urbanna
For more information, contact the Richmond design center.
Mitchell Homes has been building custom homes throughout the Middle Peninsula area since 1992 and look forward to helping you build on your lot!
The Middle Peninsula area is located on the western shore of Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay, resting between the Northern Neck region and the Virginia Peninsula. This beautiful location is ideal for families to create their new custom dream home, and we’re here to help. Whether you own your own lot, or need help finding the perfect spot for us to build your dream home, we promise to be with you every step of the way.
Residents who decide to call the Middle Peninsula home find themselves surrounded by miles of coastline, rolling farmland, breathtaking forests and amazing scenery. Local neighborhoods boast truly incredible fishing opportunities, antique shops, award winning golf courses and memorable restaurants.
When researching the ideal builder for your new custom home in the Middle Peninsula, you’ll definitely want to contact us. Call us today at 804.260.0200. We can’t wait to help you learn how easy, and affordable it really is to build your new custom home. Our dedicated team is experienced in helping you utilize your lot to its maximum potential, resulting in an incredibly amazing custom home anywhere in the Middle Peninsula.