Patrick Duffy’s scenic ranch in Southern Oregon sold at auction for $5.75 million on December 14. Sotheby’s Concierge Auctions oversaw the sale in cooperation with Cascade Hasson Sotheby’s International, which had the listing. An additional 12 percent was tacked on to the sale price as a buyer’s premium. This raised the total purchase price to $6.44 million.
Originally Listed for $14 Million
Duffy originally listed his Eagle Peak Ranch for $14 million with Alan DeVries and Matthew Cook of Cascade Hasson Sotheby’s International Realty in 2022. In 2023, the listing price was subsequently reduced to $10.995 million before going to auction with no reserve. According to reporting by The Oregonian, bidding opened on December 7 at $3 million and ultimately rose to $4 million. The live auction on December 14 ultimately pitted two bidders against one another. It lasted 15 minutes.
Duffy and his wife, Carlyn, spent decades assembling the scenic Rogue Valley tract, which is located 20 miles north of Medford, Oregon. 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.
Their first purchase — a 130-acre parcel — closed in 1990. In the years that followed, they added eight additional parcels, including pastures and residences. Ultimately, the Duffys assembled 329 acres, including two homes, two guest cabins, and a two-acre pond set on more than 2 miles of Rogue River Frontage. Irrigated pastureland comprised 100 acres of the property.
The Duffys chose a lodge-style design for their primary residence, which sat on a 79-acre tract. This acreage could possibly be divided into five-acre lots. Amenities included an art gallery, a wine cave, and a spa cabin.
Patrick Duffy Bio
A Montana native, Duffy 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, Duffy enjoyed another long run as Frank Lambert opposite Suzanne Somers in the comedy series Step by Step, which ran from 1991 to 1998.
Irrigated pastureland leased to local ranchers comprised 100 acres of the property.