Mary Collins Real Estate
  Mary Collins  
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Principal Broker/Owner
Office Phone: 845-495-0592

As the Principal Broker, Owner and Founder of Mary Collins Real Estate, Inc., Mary has worked in Ulster County's real estate market for more than thirty-five years. Through her vast experience in this unique market Mary has created a business founded on the solid principles of professionalism, honesty, cooperation and personal attention to detail. Founded in 1991, Mary Collins Real Estate, Inc. maintains a special niche in Ulster County's real estate scene - it continues to be a boutique agency, personally operated by Mary, and successfully driven by agents carefully selected to fulfill her core values.

Mary has resided in Ulster County since 1968, where she raised four children in the beautiful hamlet of High Falls, also home to her real estate office. With her children, and now with her four grandchildren, Mary enjoys all the recreational pursuits this beautiful valley affords. She has downhill skied nearly all the ski areas in the Catskills, cross-country skied the "Gunks" and plays tennis and golf at the lovely facilities this area boasts. An avid swimmer and sailor, Mary feels a strong affinity for the Hudson River valley. Her other personal interests include gardening, historic preservation, open space and farmland preservation, and educational issues. As a classically trained pianist, Mary maintains a special interest in music and the arts. Mary has a long history of community service and professional development. She sits on the boards of numerous organizations, including the Town of Marbletown Planning Board, the D & H Canal Society, and the Rondout-Esopus Land Conservancy, to name only a few. She remains actively involved with the Ulster County Board of Realtors after having served on the board and numerous committees; and she supports the High Falls Civic Association, the Open Space Institute, UNISON Learning Center, and the foundations of both SUNY New Paltz and Ulster County Community College.