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NFL Legend Terry Bradshaw Is Selling His Oklahoma Ranch For $11 Million

Retired NFL legend Terry Bradshaw has listed his ranch in Oklahoma for $10.8 million.

The 750-acre Circle 12 Ranch is listed with Bernard Uechtritz and Angie Nelson of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty in Dallas. Uechritz told Business Insider that Bradshaw originally listed the property in 2012 with local real estate companies, but after buying propertiy in Hawaii, Bradshaw relisted the ranch with Uechritz, Nelson, and Sotheby's for their international and local experience.

The main estate features an 8,600-square-foot estate with six bedrooms and six bathrooms. The inside boasts high ceilings, wooden panels, and stone fireplaces to capture the ranch feeling. Outside of the main estate are two fully stocked fishing lakes, as well as stables, equestrian training courses, and rolling hills filled with cattle.

The property is sprawling and wooded. single post The main estate sits on a large, well-groomed yard with a pool. single post A closer look at the main estate. single post The main estate connects to the pool and cabana. single post The pool and cabana has a beautiful view of the sprawling property. single post The cabana and backyard firepit. single post Inside the cabana is a bar and stone fireplace. single post The view of the backyard and property single post The inside of the house has high ceilings and a cozy feel of wood and stone single post The kitchen boasts more stone and wood at the bar and dinner table single post A side room with wood panels and a view of the backyard single post An upstairs lounge room single post The master bedroom certainly captures the ranch ambiance single post The master bathroom single post Further out on the property are rolling hills with cattle single post There are two stocked fishing lakes single post The property also features stables and an equestrian training center single post Terry and one of his beloved horses. single post

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