Renee Adelmann of Marin Modern Real Estate has been designated as a preferred San Francisco agent by the Eichler Network. This is the second time Renee has received such distinction. Previously Renee was the first new realtor in 14 years to be selected as a preferred Eichler homes real estate agent in Marin County.
The Eichler Network is a highly regarded resource for mid-century modern and Eichler enthusiasts. Established in 1993, the Eichler Network supports a referral system of home-maintenance service companies and other professionals, including Realtors, who specialize in Eichlers and mid-century modern homes. These providers are hand-selected by the Eichler Network, and represent the best and most knowledgeable in the field. The Eichler Network also publishes CA-Modern and an annual Home Maintenance Directory.
"I am excited to be selected as a preferred Eichler Agent in both San Francisco and Marin County," commented Renee, "There is such a feeling of community within the Eichler and mid-century modern ranks, and I enjoy working with fellow modern architecture enthusiasts."
Renee Adelmann is a foremost authority on modern and mid-century modern homes, including Eichlers, in both San Francisco and Marin. As an Eichler homeowner, Renee understands the mindset and unique needs of the Eichler and modern home enthusiast, and has an intimate knowledge of architecturally significant properties for sale throughout San Francisco and Marin. Renee was the number one agent throughout all of Marin County for sold Eichler homes in 2007.
Eichler homes represent a style of Modernist architecture typified by an open floor plan and floor to ceiling glass walls that served to blur the line between outdoor and indoor living, creating a distinctive home known as “California Modern”. Many homes built by Joseph Eichler were tract homes, although he also built custom homes and some condominiums. Eichlers can be found in several Bay Area and San Francisco neighborhoods, including single-family homes in Diamond Heights, a condominium building at 999 Green Street in Russian Hill, and a condo complex in the Western Addition. Beyond Marin & San Francisco, there is also a large concentration of Eichler homes in the East Bay.