(New York Post) Terry Bradshaw has listed his 744-acre Oklahoma ranch for a whopping $22.5 million — a move that comes following rumored health concerns.
The NFL Hall of Famer first attempted to put the estate on sale in 2014 for $10.8 million in exchange for a smaller abode. But it remained on the market until 2016. It has now hit the market once again, after the family has been “inundated with requests to sell,” according to a statement from Icon Global, which holds the listing.
What’s more, a recent purchase of the property, which overlooks the Red River, fell through, according to the Dallas Morning News.
“Unfortunately, despite a series of contract extensions after repeated assurances and promises from the buyer, as well as his agents and other representatives, the buyer sadly failed to follow through, perform, fund and close the transaction,” Icon Global’s Bernard Uechtritz told the outlet. “So as of today, the entire ranch is back on the market, and it’s now not a matter of if it will sell but to whom.”
Located in Southern Oklahoma, the spread currently operates as a working equestrian and cattle ranch with riding trails throughout the property.
“The property and facilities are a turnkey-ready proposition for a major equestrian player in the horse business or continued use as a cattle or private recreational ranch,” Uechtritz added. “The ranch is an hour from Dallas and Fort Worth.”
Spanning 8,600 square feet, the main house has six bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
The property also comes with an additional 2,600-square-foot manager’s house and a four-bedroom bunkhouse.Icon Global
Interior features include a four brick stone fireplaces, and Control4 and Sonos systems.
Exterior features include an outdoor patio which spreads roughly 1,000 square feet with a full kitchen, a bar, a fireplace, a hot sauna and a fire pit. There is also an expansive pool and a stone dog house with a fenced area for dogs.
Additional features include eight small lakes, horse facilities that include a 12-stall stallion barn with a wash/groom area, a 2,600-square-foot manager’s house and a four-bedroom bunkhouse.