Terry Bradshaw, a Corridor of Fame soccer legend and NFL sports activities analyst, is promoting his huge rural property within the Pink River Valley of Southern Oklahoma for $22.5 million, in line with Icon International actual property company.
The equestrian and cattle ranch features a six-bedroom, 8,600-square-foot house, 2,600-square-foot supervisor’s house, four-bedroom bunk home and a number of barns, together with a 50-stall mare barn, working cattle pens, alley methods to all barns and pens, a big six-bay store to retailer farm implements, a four-horse walker, a separate hay barn and present pig barn in addition to a two-story canine home.
The primary residence is in-built a country fashion with tall ceilings all through and contains six bedrooms, eight loos, 4 outsized stone fireplaces, brick stone fireplaces, wooden and tiled flooring and wooden paneling. The spacious flooring plan presents seclusion and privateness for a pair in addition to lodging for a number of company, massive household get-togethers or company retreats and leisure. The home additionally has audio and automation techniques, wooden and tiled flooring and wooden paneling.
Lakes and ponds are strategically positioned all through the property, assuring an abundance of water assets and delivering all of the elements vital for hay manufacturing, working cattle and horse services and grasses which can be important for excellent hay.
An outside patio spreads over roughly 1,000 sq. toes with a full kitchen, bar, fire, sizzling sauna and hearth pit, making a wonderful location to have household and buddies over to observe the solar set.
Bradshaw is downsizing to spend extra time along with his household and journey, in line with TopTenRealEstateDeals.com. He and his spouse, Tammy, have already moved to a smaller ranch in Texas the place they’ll proceed to function their enterprise, Quarter Horses Ranch, in the course of the sale course of.
Bradshaw’s 744-acre ranch is about 5 miles north of the Pink River in Love County, which locations it immediately between Oklahoma Metropolis (125 miles to the north) and the Dallas–Fort Value metroplex, (70 miles to the south). Love County has been attracting quarter horse trainers for the reason that Eighties who transfer there to make the most of the average local weather, sandy soils, inexpensive land and low property taxes. Miles of frontage alongside the property is managed by the U.S. Military Corps of Engineers.