Terry Bradshaw’s Selling His Oklahoma Ranch
Even though Terry Bradshaw has listed, de-listed, listed, and de-listed this property, he is finally dead set on selling his sprawling Southern Oklahoma working ranch. At 744 acres, some might consider it more of a hobby ranch, but lets be honest... The day of true Hollywood celebrity ranchers is over. There have been many, most from a previous generation of celebrities, but it's only a matter of time before the luxurious life bores another generation of 1%'s into manual labor as a hobby.
While there isn't a price listed on this ranch just yet, historically, the last couple it time Terry Bradshaw listed it, the price was anywhere from $9million to almost $12million. The listing company is doing their part too, constructing a narrative to hopefully catch a quick sale... from the website.
The Terry Bradshaw Quarter Horses Ranch is located in The Red River Valley of Southern Oklahoma in sought-after Love County, Oklahoma. This premier ranch consists of 744± acres, made up primarily of improved grasses with a gradual elevation change. Currently in operation as a working equestrian and cattle ranch, it is capable of running 200 AU in ideal weather conditions. The Terry Bradshaw Quarter Horses Ranch overlooks the Red River with miles of frontage along the Corps of Engineers- managed property adjacent to the River. There are 8 lakes ponds/small lakes strategically situated throughout the property assuring an abundance of water resources, delivering all the components necessary for hay production, working cattle and horse facilities and grasses essential to a superb hay. Ranch facilities are functional and good stewardship is amply demonstrated by the condition of the pastures as well as the excellently maintained condition of all capital improvements and infrastructure.
While it might sound like an oversell, it might surprise you that most ranch and agriculture land that comes up for sale in Oklahoma usually doesn't last very long at all. If it lingers more than a day or two on real estate sites, there's usually a problem... ie - too many trees, rocky terrain, mineral rights issues, etc... I don't know how long this will last on the market, but as the economy improves, it may just be fun to peek in on someone else's dream home.