Hall of Fame quarterback and sports broadcaster Terry Bradshaw has put his vast equestrian ranch, which is where the E! reality television show “The Bradshaw Bunch” was filmed, is back on the real estate market for $22.5 million.
A prospective buyer failed to close on the property in Love County, Oklahoma, about 70 miles north of Dallas-Fort Worth.
Spanning over 744 acres and just north of the Red River, the property is a working cattle and equestrian ranch and has been beloved by the former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback and his family for years, but he and his wife Tammy made the decision to relocate to their smaller farm in Texas, a news release said.
“Tammy and I are both sad to leave this great big ranch and our wonderful home which has been our idyllic retreat of so many years, however, it is time that we slowed down a little, freeing us up to travel more, as well as enjoy new grandchildren, family, and other interests,” the four-time Super Bowl champion said in the news release.
Along with a main, 8,600-square-foot home that comes complete with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, the property also features:
12-stall stallion barn
20-stall show barn
50-stall mare barn
20-stall weanling barn
Show pig farm
During his decorated NFL career, Bradshaw led the Steelers to four Super Bowl Championships and was a two-time Super Bowl MVP. After retiring in 1984, he became a game analyst for CBS Sports. Currently, he is an analyst and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday.
The listing is held by Icon Global Group.