Chuck Norris' Walker, Texas Ranger Home With Memorabilia Up for Sale


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Chuck Norris has put his famous Walker, Texas Ranger home on the market. Located in the Northwood Hills area of Dallas, the ranch house has an asking price of $1.2 million.

From 1993 to 2001, the home was used as that of Texas Ranger, Cordell Walker on the hit CBS show. Owned by Norris and his brother, Aaron, it has remained part of Norris' holdings. Now, however, Norris and his wife want to downsize and this is one of the properties they have decided to part with.

The house features four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a theater, and a weight room/gym that apparently has a variety of Walker, Texas Ranger memorabilia in it which are being sold with the 7,362 square-foot home.

The home was a part of multiple episodes over the years on the series that also featured Clarence Gilyard Jr., Sheree J. Wilson, Noble Willingham, Nia Peeples, and Judson Mills. In fact, much of show was filmed around the Dallas and Fort Worth areas with many locals serving as extras.

A native of Oklahoma, Norris was the Professional World Middleweight Karate Champion from 1968 until his retirement in 1974. A black belt as well in Tang Soo Do and Tae Kwan Do, he turned to acting at the urging of his friend, Steve McQueen. After a slew of action films that took advantage of his martial arts abilities including Missing in Action and The Delta Force, Norris began his TV series, essentially becoming more mainstream at the time.

Listed initially on July 19, several people have already expressed an interest in the home and have toured it.,0,246972.story