Former football star Terry Bradshaw's ranch is officially the most expensive listing in the entire state of Oklahoma. Not only does the property include a gorgeous, rustic 8,600-square-foot home, but the 744-acre property has more than just land to offer. At $10.8 million, the ranch also comes with working cattle and horse operations.
The former quarterback is known for playing fourteen seasons with the Steelers. He's notorious for calling his own plays and winning the Super Bowl four times in the '70s. Bradshaw has since been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, acted in several films and TV shows and been a host on Fox FNL Sunday since 1994.
This Oklahoma ranch has served as a hidden haven for Bradshaw, as well as a home for his horses. Conveniently, the property is only an hour-and-a-half from DFW Airport, making it easy to travel when needed.
Inside, the house feels like a luxury rustic resort. Dark wood and a large stone fireplaces make the main living areas feel warm and inviting.
The furniture and decor only add to the classic, rustic vibe of the home.
With six bedrooms and six full baths, the house was large enough to accommodate his family and all of his famous friends.
While the house is gorgeous, it's the land that's the true treasure. If you're a horse lover, this ranch would be perfect for you. It comes with a four-stall stallion station, 20-stall show barn, covered arena, 50-stall mare barn, and breeding lab.
On the property, you'll also find four ponds and three lakes to fish or float. Looking out over those gently rolling hills dotted with trees would be a dream come true!