Andrews Place is a unique collection of custom designed luxury homes in the forested hills of historic Jacksonville, Oregon.
Andrews Place is a 15-lot community with just 9 unique hillside lots remaining. Each with a individually designed home, defined by stunning natural wildlife and mature trees, five acres of open space with hiking trails, and picturesque surrounding hills.
This is not your typical cookie cutter subdivision. The park-like setting provides a perceptible sense of peace and tranquility, though Andrews Place is less than a mile from downtown dining, wine tasting, shopping, and Britt Festivals—a world class outdoor live music venue. Owners are welcome to bring their own architect, designer, and builder, or consult with our recommended team of Southern Oregon’s finest craftspeople.
Gary Dorris and Josh Morse
Career craftsman Gary Dorris (CCB #122305) has been building fine residential and commercial properties for over 40 years. His team approach with clients makes the building experience smooth and worry free. The mission of Dorris Construction is to be the best custom building firm in Southern Oregon, with a dedication to excellence, integrity and client satisfaction that is unmatched in today's building market.
Gary Dorris | (541) 821-4199 | | dorrisconstruction.com
Josh Morse (CCB #192022) has over 19 years of Custom Building experience in the Rogue Valley. Beginning as an apprentice Carpenter, Josh learned at an early age the skills and knowledge to build custom homes from the ground up. Working for a few of the area’s top builders provided him the opportunity to hone his skills on some of the most unique and custom residential projects in the area.
Josh Morse | (541) 301-1785 | | jrmorseconstruction.com
Natural Systems Landscape was formed in 1980 by Mike Starr, formally Parks & Recreation Director for the city of Medford. Due to this experience, we are able to move faster on projects, knowing the in's and out's of development codes within the Rogue Valley. Deer-resistant plantings at Andrews Place include Abelia, Barberry, Boxwood, Blue Oat Grass, Burning Bush, Genista, Holly, Kinninnick, Lavender, Manzanita, Mexican Orange, Mugho Pine, Osmanthus, Pieris, Japonica, Potentilla, Red Twig Dogwood, Rosa Rugosa, Rockrose, Rhododendron, Rosemary, Sage, Smoke Tree, Spiraea, and Vine Maple.
Mike Starr | (541) 779-2965 | | naturalsystemslandscape.com
DeAnna Sickler and Dyan Lane
DeAnna Sickler has been a top producer in the Southern Oregon real estate market for 19+ years and enjoys representing Buyers and Sellers throughout all the Rogue Valley. She enjoys guiding clients so they can reach their long term goals. Dyan Lane joined DeAnna over 11 years ago to enhance the level of service provided for their clients. She comes from a strong, diverse customer service background and eagerly takes on challenges found throughout the real estate buying and selling process.
Throughout the past several years DeAnna and Dyan have been at the top of the Southern Oregon Real Estate sales production and continue to provide THE HIGHEST CALIBER OF SERVICE. For nine consecutive years they have been recipients of the distinguished TOP 1% AWARD from John L. Scott who recognizes a select group of agents within Oregon and SW Washington. In 2018 they closed over $42 million and it 2019, they closed over $51 million. DeAnna and Dyan enjoy working with both Buyers and Sellers and over the course of their careers, have represented over 1,000 clients in their purchase and/or sale.
There are several things that separate their partnership from others in the industry. DeAnna and Dyan both work full time and they genuinely love what they do. They have a no-nonsense approach to their business model and are known for their candor and diplomacy. ”The girls” (a nickname given to them by the community) have a wonderful licensed broker associate, Linda Haxton who assists them with the day to day operations, showing property and helping out in any capacity needed. All three of them pride themselves on knowing every aspect of their business including marketing, internet exposure, inventory, client relations and the current market trends. Where some agents choose to hire a large team of Brokers, DeAnna and Dyan feel all the little tasks are equally important tasks. They are continually complimented on their degree of service and clients appreciate their personal attention.
Not only do all three women share a passion for service, they also feel strongly that giving back to the community is what life is all about. They are committed to "paying it forward" and consistently reinvest in the community. They volunteer their time but also make regular monetary contributions to Young Life, Special Olympics, Medford Earth Angels, Sparrow Club, Children’s Advocacy Center, academic scholarship programs and Redemption Ridge
If you’re looking for highly successful brokers who also work diligently for their clients, give them a call. You won’t be disappointed. Plus, rumor has it, they are super fun to work with and be around in general.
The Legacy of the Land
Tom Owings - Developer
Jacksonville was designated a National Historic Landmark City in 1966, however that is not the reason it is special to me. I grew up here and so did my father, Andrew Owings. Andrews Place was part of his maternal grandparents’ homestead and my great grandfather Fletcher worked the land. There are still remnants of his apple orchard across the street from Andrews Place.
The Fletchers occupied a ranch house across from the present-day site of Andrew’s Place. In the 1850's my family came from Missouri and Tennessee to settle in Jacksonville. The grave of Elias Owings who died in 1854 is inscribed simply - A Jacksonville Pioneer. My grandfather, James J. Owings, was a renown photographer in the Rogue Valley during the early 1900s.
Although the property was originally part of Andrew's grandparent’s homestead, my Dad often visited as a boy while growing up in Medford, and my family has owned the property since 1949. Andy and Josephine Owings bought the original 4½-acre parcel from R.W. Dahl for $1500 with only $10 down and received the deed to the property in 1953. Andy and Jo also bought the adjacent property in 1963, again with only $10 down.
After years of keeping deer out of his garden, my father died in 1992. My mother died in 2000, and spent her last years reliving stories of her Jacksonville friends and neighbors for the entertainment of her grandchildren.
The development’s streets are named Andrews Place and Josephine’s Way because it may have been Andy’s place, but it was always Josephine’s way.
People are drawn to Jacksonville for its peaceful community setting, world-class cultural attractions, and gold mining history. As I grew up living on the property, I discovered acres of gold in my own backyard. Not the kind of gold the miners sought—but a golden place to grow up, rich with golden oaks and many golden friendships. Jacksonville has become a mecca for those yearning to live in a real community where neighbors are neighborly.
Andy and Jo were the quintessential good neighbors. If you needed help all you had to do was ask. Andrews Place is a fitting legacy for their devotion to small town neighborliness.
I grew up living in Andrews Place and I enjoyed every minute of my time there. I know you will be just as happy when you make Andrews Place your new home.
CPM Real Estate Services
John Dix - Manager
718 Black Oak Drive Ste A
Medford, Oregon 97530
Phone: (541) 841-2404