Television actor Patrick Duffy has been selling the sprawling Southern Oregon estate he owned since 1990.
Empire of the Dallas South Fork Ranch Ewings
Duffy, 73, best known for his role as Bobby Ewing in the 1980s prime-time soap opera “Dallas” and for starring alongside Susan Sommers in the 1990s sitcom “Step by Step”, his 390 Want $14 million for one-acre farm. Rogue River near Eagle Point. In a video promoting the listing, Duffy compared his estate to the fictional ranch on “Dallas.” Duffy said in the video, “Dallas South Fork Ranch was the kingdom of the Ewings.” “This is the Duffy Empire.”
According to Alan Davies
The ranch has seven homes, six of which are currently used as rentals, and includes an on-site manager from before Duffy bought the property, according to Alan DeVries, of Cascade Hassan Sotheby’s. Director of ranch, ranch and vineyard with International Realty. Duffy’s home on the property is a 3,000-square-foot “lodge-style retreat” built in the 1950s and used as a corporate getaway for General Electric executives . It has four bedrooms, four baths, an elevator, river views and two guest houses.
“There’s a dedicated pool house and a log cabin where they put up a hot tub spa that overlooks the river. There is also a wine cave that has been dug into the earth and lined with rocks that could possibly fit 2,500 bottles of wine – the temperature controlled by the Earth,” said DeVries. In addition to the facilities, according to DeVries, which is actually What sets the house apart in me is the natural splendor of the land.
“It’s just different worlds in this place
DeVries said, describing wildlife such as a resident elk herd, blacktail deer, jackrabbits, geese and “a lot of turkeys.” The farm has 2 miles of riverbank with rogues and miles of trails. In the promotional video, Duffy Said, “River is the only reason we considered buying this property.” At $14 million, DeVries admitted that the asking price is higher than his average inventory of about $2 million.
The property lends itself to that price because there’s really no other place that sold recently that has so much riverbanks.” Touch and “just the little things” are linked. For example, there’s a hat that ‘Dallas’ co-star Larry Hagman – who died in 2012 – put on Duffy’s wall in 1990.
“It hasn’t gone away since then,” DeVries said.
According to DeVries, Duffy taught his grandchildren how to fish in the property’s 2-acre pond. According to DeVries, the actor’s son was married under a 100-year-old oak tree and the reception was held in a 150-year-old barn.
“Now he’s ready to hand it over to the country’s next manager.
In the early 1990s, Duffy helped open the Pacific Northwest Museum of Natural History in Ashland, now the site of the ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum, in 2009 he taught Dr. Seuss to children at Shady Cove Library and supported Helped rebuild Eagle Point’s Butte Creek Mill in 2018, show Mail Tribune archives.
Former Publisher Robert Ruhl
In 2016, Duffy helped the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy buy the 352-acre MacArthur Ranch and it is now known as Rogue River. The property was previously owned by descendants of former Mail Tribune publisher Robert Ruhl. Duffy spent most of the year on tour in the United Kingdom with his girlfriend of two years, Linda Pearl, for a touring stage production called “Catch Me If You Can”. “It is called.