Barry S. Adelmann
Broker & Owner

Raised in the Midwest, Barry’s professional career began in the hyper-competitive pharmaceutical and medical device industry where he quickly built a strong track-record of success in various capacities including sales, marketing, business development and executive management. His contributions and accomplishments led to several promotions (and corporate relocations!) including moves to Chicago, St. Louis, Princeton, Philadelphia and finally San Francisco.  

With more than 25 years of domestic and international business experience garnered throughout his career at both Fortune 100 and startup companies, Barry provides strong leadership, marketing expertise and business acumen to our modern family of real estate companies including Gold Country Modern as well as our San Francisco Bay Area affiliates which include Marin Modern, East Bay Modern, San Francisco Modern and Wine Country Modern.

Beyond the passion for real estate he shares with his wife and co-founder Renee Adelmann, Barry is equally passionate about building a progressive, hip and modern-minded real estate brokerage committed to the success of the company’s clients & agents in Amador County & the Sierra Foothills.

Current Homes for Sale
Upcountry
City # Price Range
Pine Grove 23 $256k - $989k
Pioneer 57 $27k - $1.6m
Volcano 12 $235k - $1.0m
Down Country
City # Price Range
Fiddletown 13 $250k - $1.1m
Ione 37 $10k - $965k
Jackson 46 $88k - $899k
Plymouth 17 $145k - $2.5m
Sutter Creek 26 $159k - $2.3m
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