Dallas star Patrick Duffy has listed his 329-acre Rogue River ranch in Southern Oregon for $14 million with Alan DeVries and Matthew Cook of Cascade Hasson Sotheby’s International Realty.
Duffy’s Eagle Peak Ranch features two miles of Rogue River frontage. One of the longest rivers in Oregon, the Rogue River is known for its salmon and steelhead fishing as well as high-quality whitewater boating opportunities. Its headwaters begin near Crater Lake, and it flows more than 200 miles to the Pacific Ocean.
Duffy and his wife, Carlyn, spent decades assembling their scenic Rogue Valley getaway, which is located 20 miles north of Medford, Oregon. They purchased the first 130 acres in 1990 for approximately $1.5 million. Over the next three decades, they invested an estimated $3 million to acquired adjacent properties, additional improvements, and pasture ground. Ultimately, they assembled a total of 329 acres, including two homes, two guest cabins, and a two-acre pond set on more than 2 miles of Rogue River frontage. Currently, 100 acres of the ranch are grazing land that is leased to local ranchers.
The Duffys chose a lodge-style design for their primary residence, which sits on a 79-acre tract. According to the listing brokers, this individual tract could possibly be divided into five-acre lots. Additional amenities on the Eagle Peak Ranch include an art gallery, a wine cave, and a spa cabin.
The House That Dallas Built
The Montana native rose to fame on the hit TV show Dallas as Bobby Ewing, the younger brother of Larry Hagman’s iconic J.R. Ewing. Dallas aired from 1978 to 1991. After Dallas wrapped, Duffy enjoyed another long run as Frank Lambert opposite Suzanne Somers in the comedy series Side by Side, which ran from 1991 to 1998. Duffy readily acknowledged how his extensive television career made his dream of ranch ownership come true.
“It allowed us to do what we wanted to do most. This is the house that Dallas built.”
Improvements include two homes, two guest cabins, an art gallery, a wine cave, and a spa cabin.