Rogers Healy Lists Walker, Texas Ranger's Home, Finds Closets Full of Fatigues and American Flag Headbands

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OK, that was a really lame Chuck Norris “fact.” To make up for it, here are a few that are better:

Chuck Norris once shot a German plane down by pointing his finger at it and yelling, “BANG!”

There used to be a street named after Chuck Norris, but it was changed because nobody crosses Chuck Norris and lives.

Chuck Norris visited the Virgin Islands. Now they’re just the Islands.

Now that we have it out of our system, let’s get down to the real facts: Rogers Healy just listed the 6512 Meadowcreek Drive, the home that served as famed roundhouse-kicking Texas Ranger Cordell Walker’s house, for $1.2 million. With seven bathrooms and four bedrooms, I am sure it served the cast of the show starring martial arts legend Chuck Norris well.

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However, since it’s been extensively renovated, the home is now a far cry from what it was when the show ended in 2001. Owned by Aaron Norris and appraised by DCAD for $1.09 million, the home sits in Northwood Hills Estates and has a media room, an epic kitchen, and a home gym that has some enviable vintage movie posters from Chuck Norris’ action movie heyday (and a Total Gym, natch).

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The home totals more than 7,300 square feet with a detached 884-square-foot studio. Crave an awesome house with incredible history? First buy some Chuck Norris Action Jeans, then buy this house!

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