Chuck Norris Is Selling His 'Walker, Texas Ranger' Ranch
The home in Northwood Hills was the on-screen residence of Texas Ranger and martial artist Cordell Walker. The series ran on CBS from 1993-2001 and is still shown in syndication. Despite the prevalence of fight scenes, the show was largely family-friendly and featured numerous uplifting storylines and moral-driven scripts.
Norris' Mediterranean-style abode is 7,362-square feet and includes a weight room, four bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a theater. A separate building on the property was used as a studio for the filming of the TV series and other productions, according to the AP.
The property is listed at $1.2 million.
According to listing agent Rogers Healy, Norris and his wife Gena O'Kelley are looking to downsize. The couple have 12-year-old twins.
Norris is also known for films including "Missing In Action" and "The Delta Force." He is also the subject of Chuck Norris Facts, which include gems such as: "Chuck Norris can slam a revolving door," and "Chuck Norris does not get frostbite. Chuck Norris bites frost."
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