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Terry Bradshaw’s Sprawling Oklahoma Ranch Returns to the Market, Asking $22.5 Million

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NFL Hall of Fame sports broadcaster Terry Bradshaw has relisted his 744-acre ranch overlooking the Red River in Soccerville, Oklahoma for $22.5 million.

Located about 70 miles north of Dallas, Texas and 125 miles south of Oklahoma City, the ranch has been in and out of the market for the past five years. Bernard Uchtlitz, owner and founder of Icon Global, the agency that took the ranch public last week, said a potential buyer is now back on the market after failing to complete a deal.

Bradshaw, 74, and his wife, Tammy, have owned the ranch for over 20 years and have made significant improvements over the years. The ranch was used as a filming location for the reality show The Bradshaw Bunch, which premiered in 2020.

In a statement issued by Icon Global, Bradshaw said, “Tammy and I are saddened to leave this wonderful large ranch and wonderful home that has been an idyllic retreat for many years.” It’s time to slow down a bit and be free to travel, enjoy new grandchildren, family and other interests.”

The rustic-style main residence offers 8,600 square feet of living space.

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The ranch’s main residence has 8,600 square feet of living space with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms. According to the listing, it features high ceilings, wood and tile floors, wood paneling, and four oversized brick stone fireplaces.

Outdoors, there’s a pool and nearly 1,000 square feet of patio with full kitchen, bar, fireplace, sauna, and fire pit.

Equestrian facilities include 12 stallion barns, 20 show barns with tack room and wash area, 50 mare barns with laboratories, state-of-the-art breeding facilities and 20 stables. I have. A weaning barn, an office and a covered playing field.

According to the listing, there are eight lakes and ponds, and there are horseback riding trails on the property.

Bradshaw, who won four Super Bowl titles as quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, has been active in television and film since retiring from professional football in 1984. He is currently one of the hosts of ‘Fox NFL Sunday’.

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