Adrienne was born and raised in Yreka, she attended local schools, graduated from Yreka High School and then attended College of the Siskiyous. Her professional career includes retail management and six years of banking including three years as branch manager. Adrienne has most recently been working for a local auction business which has allowed her to fine tune her selling and presentation skills. As a Siskiyou County native she has the advantage of being familiar with the beautiful and diverse areas of our county. Adrienne has a strong work ethic and high standards, especially when it comes to the level of service she provides. She considers the relationships she has made over the years with clients, friends, family and coworkers to be very important and is committed to providing the best experience possible to each person she works with. Adrienne’s interest in Real Estate was originally sparked when she purchased her own home in 2011. She believes that buying a new home should be a fun and exciting experience and selling a property should be a positive one. She is excited to be working at one of the top producing real estate offices in the county, United Country Prime Country Real Estate, where clients get local, national and global exposure for their property. Adrienne is a member of the Multiple Listing Service, the California Association of Realtors and National Association of Realtors. Whether you are considering buying or selling, she would love to help you with your real estate needs.
Rich Cloutman is a Third Generation California Native and was a builder/developer in Northern California primary as a custom home builder. Rich, his wife Ali and their two young daughters wanted to make a change to the rural lifestyle. After a five year search they found Siskiyou County and ventured into the Scott Valley eventually ending their search in Etna, California. They fell in love with the farm land and mountains and “it just felt like a safe place”. What struck them the most were the beautiful ranch lands surrounded by mountains and the small communities of Etna, Fort Jones, Greenview, Callahan and Yreka. In 1998 they purchased a former two story brick Hotel that was once a bordello called the “Collier Hotel” which was built in 1897 and they moved in 1999. Rich and Ali both say “being in real estate is doing what we love” and really enjoy finding the right home for each of their clients. Together they own Prime Country Real Estate and have franchised with the oldest real estate franchise United Country Real Estate specializing in the marketing and selling of rural properties, ranches, residential and land. Rich spends his free time with his family, gardening or on the golf course .