Carrie Underwood and her husband, NHL hockey player Mike Fisher, will be moving into their very own home soon -- at least once they are finished building it! The couple recently purchased a huge piece of property, 354 acres to be exact, in Nashville where they will start building a home for the themselves and their family of pooches.

Underwood and Fisher bought the property in rural Williamson County, dishing out a whopping $3.2 million for the massive piece of land, according to a real estate agent Ardavan Afrakhteh, who sold the property to the high-profile newlyweds.

This is the perfect location for both Fisher and Underwood to live, since the country singer will be stationed in Music City and Fisher recently joined the Nashville Predators.

"They were really good to deal with,” Afrakhteh, who has also sold property to Kix Brooks, said in a comment to The Tennessean. "I dealt with Mike, and he was really down to earth."

Afrakhteh said, "It is a good area, and from what I understand it will be their personal home."

We can't wait to see the finished product! We're sure the home will be as classy as Carrie herself.

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