Diane Mitchell

Wright Bros. Real Estate

Rockland County's Realtors. From the River communities to Rural farms and country homes.

About Diane Mitchell

I am a Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker and work full time helping people to achieve their dreams of home ownership or their dreams of selling their home or both. I love working with buyers and sellers at all levels of experience and have sold properties in every price range from $35,000 to over $1 million. I work in Rockland, Westchester, Putnam, and parts of Orange County. A little background on me: I spent my formative years in Illinois (summers in Wyoming,) went to a small, private college in Iowa, and a large University in Delaware. I have created and managed global businesses for large corporations, sold multi-million dollar systems, and after many years of a crazy worldwide travel schedule, I decided it was time to put down roots again. I’ve lived in Rockland County longer than I’ve lived in any other place and I consider myself very fortunate to be working with the team of professionals at Wright Brothers. I look forward to working with you!

Latest Blog Posts

Sunday Open House Showcasing Old Charm In Congers

 Tremendous potential and lots of character! Great buy for the money and will not last! Open This Sunday 2 to 3.30 pm. Amazing opportunity to own in desirable congers, situated between

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March Makes Up For Missing Snow This Winter In Nyack

Meteorologists consider winter to be from December through February for record keeping purposes. The normal snow fall for that period here in Nyack is 21 inches. This winter saw only 3.6 inches.

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Beyond Recycling In Nyack

We have a great recycling program here in Rockland County. But there are items that the recycling companies won't pick up and the question of "how do I responsibly recycle these items?" often goes

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Nyacks Favorite Peregrine Falcons Find New Nest Atop New Tappan Zee Bridge

A perennial favorite, Nyack’s nesting pair of falcons have discovered and started to use the new nesting box on the southern face of the east bound span closest to Westchester. The new nest is

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