10 Facts About Chuck Norris’ Home For Sale

Ryan Nickum

Jul 25

Celebrity Homes

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Want to buy a home that criminals will think twice about breaking into? How about the Dallas home of the legendary Chuck Norris? The Mediterranean ranch-style home in the Northwood Hills neighborhood served as a studio for the filming of Walker, Texas Ranger, as well as the on-screen home of Norris’ character on the show. However, before you cough up the $1.2 million to buy it, here are some things you should know about the home.

10 Things You Should Know About Chuck Norris’ Dallas Home For Sale

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1. Chuck Norris doesn’t just hawk the Total Gym XLS Home Gym in infomercials, he actually has one in his fitness room. It could be your fitness room for $1.2 million.

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2. There are shutters on the windows that Chuck Norris opens during storms so tornadoes and lightning will see him and flee.

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3. The antlers on the wall are from animals he chased down on foot, as is the cheetah-print rug on the floor.

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4. Chuck Norris may hunt alone, but he doesn’t shop alone. He bought this house with his brother Aaron Norris.

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5. These two chairs used to be the same size, but one shrank in fear from continually sitting across from Chuck Norris.

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6. Chuck Norris takes his meals in the pool because he simultaneously eats and swims. Chuck Norris fears nothing, not even closing costs.

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7. Chuck Norris decorates his bathroom with ceramic flowers and nobody makes fun of him. Nobody.

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8. Chuck Norris has a double-door entryway so there’s room for grizzly bears to enter, wrestle him, and limp out defeated.

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9. Chuck Norris prefers baths to showers because the only thing he fears is getting his hair wet.

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10. Chuck Norris knows when you feed his dog under the table because Chuck Norris has powerful senses and also because his dining room table is made of clear glass.

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View the rest of Chuck Norris’ Dallas home on Estately HERE.

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