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Steven Seagal’s Bulletproof Home For Sale!


Controversial and eccentric, actor and musician, martial arts guru, and blessed with swoon-worthy good looks for his entire career, tough-guy Steven Seagal is selling his Scottsdale, Arizona home on Desert Mountain.  With stunning views via the unusual safety of bulletproof glass, it has come to the market priced at $3.395 million.

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