Chuck Norris’ ‘Walker, Texas Ranger’ house is for sale
They say Chuck Norris doesn’t host an open house. He decides you’re going to buy his house.
Norris doesn’t want the Dallas-area home that once served as the on-screen domicile of his alter ego Cordell Walker on “Walker, Texas Ranger,” so he’s listed it.
According to the Associated Press, the four-bedroom home in the Dallas neighborhood of Northwood Hills has been put on the market for $1.2 million. That includes a weight room, seven bathrooms, a theater and a separate building on the property that was used as a studio during production of “Walker,” which aired on CBS from 1993 to 2001. It does not include a kicking room. Even Walker liked to leave his work at the office.
The 7,362-square-foot home was co-owned by Norris and his brother, Aaron Norris. The real estate agent in charge of selling the home told the AP that Norris and his wife owned other homes in the area and were looking to downsize.
The house was first listed on Friday and several potential buyers have already toured the home.
At Chuck Norris’ house, an open front door isn’t an invitation, it’s a dare.
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