Conservative Media Personality Glenn Beck is Selling His North Texas Mansion 

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Glenn Beck, a conservative broadcaster, has had his Dallas-area home on the market for the last couple of years without any luck in selling it. The Blaze Media founder first listed the Westlake mansion for $6.2 million in May 2018, but has relisted the property for $4.95 million — a 20% discount. Yikes. In case you're interested, or just like chisme, here's a look inside the home.

Listing information and photos courtesy of Compass Re Texas via
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Located at 2224 King Fisher Dr, this Westlake home definitely fits the vibe of the neighborhood.
Just look at this foyer. We rest our case.
Note the portraits of Abraham Lincoln and George Washington on the walls.
Beck must have a thing for grand ceilings like this.
The home was built in 2004, and sits in the Vaquero Club golf community.
In addition to the ritzy interior, the exterior spaces include living areas, a diving pool, spa, fire pit and a pergola with beautiful views.
The home is complete with exposed wood beams, stacked-stone walls, French wide-plank wood floors and cathedral ceilings.
The kitchen is super spacious, perfect for parties.
Although we have to admit that this portion of the cooking space is reminiscent of The Shining.
The 9,000-square-foot mansion includes a library, though we can't say much about its current selections.
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There's also a study in the home.
This bedroom is complete with its own fireplace
There's also 6.5 bathrooms.
But, we can't guarantee that every bathroom has a massive tub like this one.
There's also a shower stall in the master bathroom.
In total, there are five bedrooms in the sprawling home.
The property reportedly has "extensive security."
Naturally, there's a laidback TV room in the home.
We bet the views here are beautiful.
The property also includes a guesthouse with its own living room and en suite bedroom.
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Located at 2224 King Fisher Dr, this Westlake home definitely fits the vibe of the neighborhood.

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